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Americana Coral Geraniums
Pelargonium x hortorum
American Coral flowers have beautiful blooms of vibrant orange-red that bring lasting color and joy to your garden. *At this time we cannot guarantee this plant will be in bloom upon delivery.*
As Low As: $6.95
|4.5 Inch Pot||$6.95|
|Flat of (15) 4.5 Inch Pots||$133.95|
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American Coral Geranium for Sale Online
American Geranium (Pelargonium x hortorum) ?has beautiful coral flowers that bloom in the spring and last through the early fall. These flowers are treated as an annual in most of the country but can thrive year-round in southern parts of zones 10 and 11.
Their blooms are not only beautiful, but they attract pollinators such as bees and hummingbirds. Their tall flower stalks are mounding growth habit make the Brocade Fire Geranium ideal for hanging baskets and container gardens.
|Mature Height:||1 to 2 Feet|
|Mature Width:||1 to 2 Feet|
|Foliage:||Dark green; scalloped|
|Soil Condition:||Likes to dry out between watering|
|Light:||Full sun, partial sun|
How to Care for Americana Coral Geraniums
After purchasing your American Coral Geranium, be sure to read about our recommended care instructions to ensure a healthy and happy plant all season long!
How do I Fertilize My American Coral Geranium Flower?
During their growing season, we recommend fertilizing your Geranium once a week. You can use a slow-release granular or water-soluble fertilizer. This will help aid your annual to blossom many more flowers during their blooming season. We also suggest fertilizing at the time of planting to ensure your plant starts nice and healthy.
When Should I Water My Geranium American Coral Flowers?
Geraniums are heat-resistant and drought-tolerant, so they can take some drying out between watering. We recommend watering your annual about once a week to ensure they grow to their fullest potential. If you live in a very warm climate watch your plant and if you notice it dry out too frequently between watering, water more often.
How Much Sunlight Should My Geranium Get?
While American Coral Geraniums can survive in partially shaded areas, they thrive best in an area that receives at least 6 to 8 hours of sunlight each day. Your plant will not have as much vigor or blossoms if it is in too much shade.
Do I Need to Prune My American Coral Geranium?
If you notice your Geranium's blooms start to brown or weaken, it is important to deadhead those blossoms. They are typically dying or already dead and taking up space that new blossoms could be using. Cutting off spent flowers will help encourage the plant to focus on producing more beautiful flowers all season long.