Geraniums, Ivy

Geranium Ivy Precision Burgundy  Geranium Ivy League Arctic Red Geranium Ivy League Burgundy Geranium Santana White Splash

Blooming Season: Spring, summer, fall

Plant Habit: Trailing

Characteristics: Easy care, drought tolerant, full sun to part sun

Water: Light

Fertilize: Weekly

Height: Varies, depending on variety

Width: varies depending on variety

Exposure: Sun

Varieties available: Ivy League 



General Information: A garden classic. performs equally well in containers or in the ground.

Are you looking to add a touch of elegance and beauty to your garden? Consider growing ivy geraniums. These stunning plants not only provide a burst of color but also offer a range of benefits that make them a popular choice among gardeners.

One of the main advantages of growing ivy geraniums is their versatility. These plants can be grown in various settings, including hanging baskets, window boxes, and garden beds. Their trailing habit and cascading flowers create a visually appealing display, adding charm to any space.

Ivy geraniums are known for their long blooming period, which typically lasts from spring to fall. With proper care, these plants can produce an abundance of vibrant flowers throughout the growing season. 

Another benefit of ivy geraniums is their ability to attract pollinators. The colorful flowers and sweet nectar of these plants attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, enhancing the biodiversity of your garden. By providing a food source for these beneficial insects and birds, you are contributing to the overall health of your local ecosystem.

In addition to their aesthetic appeal and ability to attract pollinators, ivy geraniums are relatively low maintenance. These plants are drought-tolerant and can withstand periods of dry weather, making them suitable for regions with limited rainfall. They also have good resistance to pests and diseases, reducing the need for frequent pesticide applications.

If you decide to grow ivy geraniums, it is important to provide them with the right growing conditions. These plants thrive in well-drained soil and prefer full sun or partial shade. Regular watering and occasional fertilization will help them reach their full potential.





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