How to Care for Martha Washington Geraniums

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Martha Washington geraniums, also known as regal geraniums, are vibrant flowers ideal for the indoors, where a temperate climate will maintain the blossoms. Martha Washington geraniums bloom in the summer, revealing pink, red and white blossoms. The geraniums need sunlight and a regular schedule of water and fertilizer to thrive. Difficulty: Moderate Instructions Things You’ll…


How to Pot Geraniums

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Geraniums die if left out in cold temperatures, but if they are transported inside, they can survive the winter. Move the flowers into a good-sized pot. Geraniums come in reds, yellows, purples and pinks. The blossoms give off a sweet scent used in many types of perfumes and oils. The flowers come in various shapes,…


Red Geranium Care

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Red geraniums are a staple in summer bedding, containers and hanging baskets. Their bright red blossoms provide a nice contrast to the light green foliage. They are tolerant, easy-to-grow plants. Starting Plants Geraniums can be started from seed or grown from cuttings. Nursery grown plants are produced both ways and are usually ready to bloom…


Can You Root a Geranium From a Cutting in Water?

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Geraniums add color to any garden bed or patio. Even the gardener without a green thumb can usually manage to cultivate a healthy show of geraniums. Geraniums are easily propagated from cuttings which can be rooted in soil or water. Hardiness The hardiest type of geranium, and the one seen most often, is the zonal…


About Geranium Plants

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According to CreativeHomeMaking.com, the geranium plant is a popular flowering plant used to decorate windows or hanging baskets, or for creating potpourris. They bear bright, aromatic flowers that help add color to any garden. Types Common types of geranium plants include zonal geraniums, ivy-leaved geraniums, scented geranium and mosquito geraniums. Zonal and ivy-leaved geraniums are…


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