Tender Geranium Collection, 2x3 Plants

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Shade Full Sun
Soil Good, Well Drained, Poor/Dry
Colour Pink (Medium), Red/Crimson
Type Pot Grown
Also Good Fragrant, Repeat Flowering
Flowering May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Pelargonium Six Pink Plants, See Below

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SIZES 1 2+
1 Litre Out of Stock£24.84Out of Stock£24.09
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Three Pink Pairs of Scented-Leaf Pelargoniums (Six Plants Total)

This collection of six plants gives you instant pink impact with three pairs, in three shades: two plants each of Concolor Lace, Pink Capitatum and Sweet Mimosa.

You can buy this pink collection in trios as well.

Growing Pelargoniums

The ideal scenario is a nice pot of multi-purpose compost, which makes it easy to move them indoors over winter (they won't survive frosts). You can, of course, plant them in beds and borders, where they prefer well-drained soil enriched with some garden compost or leaf mould. Either way, give them a sunny spot that's either south or west facing. They're remarkably drought-tolerant, a great choice for a patio hotspot, where the volatile oils in the leaves will really burst into life.

As well as keeping them lightly watered through spring and summer, add some high-potash tomato feed every couple of weeks to keep those flowers coming. Deadheading regularly throughout the flowering season will also reward you with more blooms.

In autumn, give your plants a trim and bring them in to a greenhouse or cold frame. If you have neither, a cool windowsill in the house will do. Water sparingly over winter, letting the compost dry out between watering.

Planting Companions

It's hard to beat a hanging basket or window box stuffed full of scented pelargoniums, the perfume billowing out on a warm summer's day. Plant en masse and keep things simple for knockout effect. If you prefer to mix things up a bit, a romantic combination of pinks, purples and whites is always a winner – we're thinking a perfume powerhouse patio container of lavender, purple petunias, chamomile and heliotrope. In a border, why not give them a go as low-growing ground cover alongside a sunny pathway? Each time you brush past, you'll release those finely scented oils.

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Bareroot planting is best done between November and April
Bareroot and potted - what's the difference?

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