Type of plant: Perennials, Tropicals and Tender Perennials
Bloom color: Pink, Magenta (Pink-Purple)
Bloom time of year: Late Spring/Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer/Early Fall
Sun requirements: Full Sun, Sun to Partial Shade
Cold hardiness: Zone 9b to Zone 11
Height: 18-24 in. (45-60 cm)
Spacing: 24-36 in. (60-90 cm)
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What a pretty geranium, love the darker splashes in the middles, such contrast!
Great shot Lali! I was able to pick up a few more pretty pels yesterday from Robin at the Flower Show. Then I go to her website and lust for more!
Exactly why I'm not going to the show this year. Too tempted and both of my greenhouses are BURSTING at the seams!
Hope it was a good show, been following it via Annies' on FB.
p.s. I have some roses for you if you want. propagated WAY more than I thought would take, and now have nowhere to put them.
Email me! We move into the new house this Sunday! Finally! You'll have to give me your successful rooting recipe as I would love to try a few roses myself.
My Mom and I bought different pels and we plan on sharing cuttings eventually. You and I were going to do that a few years ago and then life got busy or something, now we'll be closer!
My 'secret' is Zuzu's recipe.
Step one: Cut rose braches
Step two: stick in soil
She taught me to just stick the cuttings in the ground and they'll likely root. I put like 40 in a 2 gallon can and 99% rooted. Then I separated them out and put them 3 to a 1 gallon can.
I never knew they were that easy!
SO glad you're going to be my neighbor finally! Woo Hoo! Plus, my Zumba instructor