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Hello -- I'm hoping someone here can help me. I've got a few of both g. maculatum "Elizabeth Ann" and "Espresso." A few of them are second year plants, which were lovely, robust, and bloomed well in the spring, but haven't fared well at all in the mid/late summer heat and sun, which they've gotten plenty of. I got some new ones this season too and put them in bright shade after they'd bloomed -- they're smallish but looking fresher now than the more exposed plants, though I'm wondering if they'll bloom there in the spring with so little direct sun. I see that the Geraniaceae website has them listed as shade plants, which was news to me (I'm a g. newbie). Can anyone tell me what, in theory, the ideal conditions are for them??? I feel like I need to do some relocating. Thanks very much!