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Geranium Plants - Scarlet Growing Chart
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We despatch our fresh, nursery-grown live plants (including vegetables, trees and flowers) when they are at a stage of growth ready for you, the customer, to plant on at home.
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Plants yellow and sick unlikely to recover .Badly packed many plugs out of the holes and fallen on to the others.Package must have been dropped and shaken.Very disappointed ! Usually happy with purchases from you.
Geranium Plants - Scarlet
- Rich, single scarlet blooms
- Amazing displays
- Great for pollinators
The Geranium Scarlet is a beautiful, bright and vibrant variety of geranium that provides rich scarlet blooms and is extremely free-flowering. It also has an unusual but attractive foliage that are rounded with a dark chocolate centre and are green around the zoned edges.
Create a stunning focal point in any garden whether in beds and borders or in pots on the patio or terrace. The Geranium Scarlet is a showy perennial and can be used to create a show stopping display in hanging baskets or window boxes. Make sure you dead head regularly to encourage new growth.
To get the best results of your geraniums make sure you plant them in well-drained soil and full sunshine, where they can grow up to a height of 45cm (17in). You will not be disappointed with their striking displays which will attract pollinators to the garden as well.See Full Description +
- Quantity 48 Medium Geranium Plug Plants
- Height 30cm/10in
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