How to Keep Geraniums Blooming?


Working at a greenhouse taught me a lot about Geraniums. To keep Geraniums blooming you must prune them. To do this you can simply rip all of the dead buds off by hand.
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1. Plant your geraniums in a sunny spot, as they generally need six to eight hours of full sun each and every day. If you do not have a location that is sunny enough, consider using
Geraniums(Pelargoniums) are perennials therefore given the right conditions will flower constantly.
I don't know the species mentioned,but with all geraniums,deadhead,by removing faded blooms.Keep adequately watered,without overdoing it.Place in a warm sunny position. Feed,using
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How to Keep Geraniums Blooming
You can keep geraniums blooming by first removing all dead flowers. Keep geraniums blooming with help from a gardening professional in this free video clip.... More »
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