Geraniums are popular annuals due to their beautiful blooms and relative ease of care. Removing dead leaves from geraniums will help them continue to produce healthy, vibrant blooms. It can be tempting to simply snap off the dead leaves with your fingers. However, this can cause damage to the root. Taking a few extra minutes to properly prune the geraniums will help them last longer and produce more flowers throughout the growing season.
Removing dead leaves and flowers as soon as possible will hep your geranium produce more flowers.
Geraniums should be fertilized every few weeks for optimal growth.
Use caution when using garden scissors around young garden helpers.