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Pelargonium x hortorum
The Salmon Colored Geranium flower is the perfect gift for Mom this spring with vivid pink flowers that will brighten anyone's day!
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|4.5 Inch Pot||$7.95||
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Salmon Geranium (Pelargonium x hortorum) has orange-pink flowers that rise above scalloped leaves of green and brownish-red. This mix of colors and heights makes for a very interesting plant that blooms from spring to fall.
Their blooms are not only beautiful, but they attract pollinators such as bees and hummingbirds. Their tall flower stalks and mounding growth habit make the Salmon Geranium ideal for hanging baskets and container gardens.
|Mature Height:||1 to 2 Feet|
|Mature Width:||1 to 2 Feet|
|Flower Color:||Salmon; pink|
|Foliage:||Dark green; scalloped|
|Soil Condition:||Likes to dry out between watering|
|Light:||Full sun, partial sun|
How to Care for Salmon Geranium
After purchasing your Salmon Geranium, be sure to read about our recommended care instructions to ensure a healthy and happy plant all season long!
When Should I Water My Geranium Salmon Flowers?
Geraniums are drought-tolerant and heat-resistant, so they can tolerate some drying out between waterings. We recommend watering your annuals once a week; adjust accordingly if you live in a particularly warm climate.
How do I Fertilize My Salmon Geranium Flower?
We recommend you fertilize your Geranium once a week during the growing season using a slow-release granular or water-soluble fertilizer. This will help aid your annual to bloom many more flowers during their blooming season. If anything, fertilize at the time of planting.
How Much Sunlight Should My Salmon Geranium Get?
The best place for your Geranium is in an area that receives at least 6 to 8 hours of sunlight each day. While they can survive in partially shaded areas, your plant will not have as much vigor.
Do I Need to Prune My Geranium?
It is important to deadhead the blooms of your Geranium as they start to die (browning or weakening wills signal this). Cutting off spent flowers will encourage the plant to focus its energies on producing more blooms.