Tender Geranium Collection, 3 Pink 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 Three Varieties, See Below

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Three Pink Scented-Leaf Pelargoniums 

This collection gives you an instant small window box full of pink in three shades, with one plant each of Concolor Lace, Pink Capitatum and Sweet Mimosa.

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 sunny border, try them as low-growing ground cover.

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

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