Geranium Plants


laura wolfe added on August 28, 2017 | Answered

After the first year I repotted my geraniums into one large pot. The green leaf one rebloom every year, but the varigated leaf ones do not bloom. both look healthy.

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Answered on August 29, 2017

Unlike most traditional zonal geraniums, Brocade series geraniums are valued not for their blooms but for their big, showy leaves. For a splash of color in a flower bed or patio container, plant Brocade geraniums where the interesting foliage complements a mix of colorful annuals.
Fertilize in-ground geraniums regularly using a general-purpose dry fertilizer. For potted geraniums, use a general-purpose liquid fertilizer.
Although Brocade geranium tolerates two to four hours of shade per day, full sunlight is preferable. Shade results in a taller plant that produces fewer blooms.

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