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  1. Jul 15,  · Geraniums aren’t crazy for water and many geranium fanciers like to say that “geraniums don’t like wet feet.” Root rot, also known as “blackleg,” when the lower part of the plant darkens, is a disease of geraniums that may arise as the result of over watering.
  2. Nov 08,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Rotting Geraniums · Moev The Early Years ℗ CD Presents Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  3. Geraniums are easy-care abundant bloomers whose bright flowers will blossom from spring until fall. Geranium plants are grown as annuals in most zones, but are considered evergreen perennials in zones 10 and Although commonly called geranium, this well-known potted plant is actually a.
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  6. Garden geraniums produce a nice bushy, upright habit with multiple, globe shaped flower heads. Their habit and appearance make them a good choice for both garden beds and containers. Ivy geraniums have waxy leaves, and more prostrate habit, and flower heads that are not as large or globular, but still cover plants nicely.
  7. Geraniums are popular bedding plants, blooming from May through frost. However, the first hard frost doesn't have to be the end of your geraniums. They can be overwintered indoors by potting up individual plants, taking cuttings, or storing bare- root plants in a cool, dry place. Regardless of the method, the plants should be removed from the garden prior to the first frost.
  8. Geraniums like a light, loamy potting mix that is well drained. Allow your geranium’s soil to dry out pretty well in between thorough waterings. If you keep the soil too wet, these plants are very prone to diseases such as gray mold, blossom blight and rust. Temperature – Geraniums tend to prefer cooler temperatures. Ideal temperatures are.
  9. The bright red or orange flowers of geraniums have brightened many a hanging basket and flower bed this year. It seems a shame to let cold weather kill the plants. If they could be kept alive, next spring could be resplendent that much faster. Here are three ways to keep the plants alive over the winter.

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