Geranium Smokey Eye Pink - 5 Plants Growing Chart
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Geranium Smokey Eye Pink - 5 Plants
Was £9.99. Now £5.99
- Happy in poor soil, great for droughts
- Rare two-tone flowers
- Five young plants ready for permanent-planting
Give your garden a slice of country romance with geranium Smokey Eye Pink, hard-working and loyal in its long flowering season. These impressive bedding plants offer you clusters of two-tone pink flowers from mid-summer and right up until first frosts. Ideal for dry gardens and content even in droughts your geraniums will give you lots of flowers when positioned in full sun.
The flowers are radiant partnered with fuchsias and busy Lizzies. To keep Smokey Eye Pink flowering for longer we suggest that you snip off the flower clusters that wilt and brown. Further blooms take their place and extend the flowering season to further into the autumn or even winter.
Every flowering plant reaches around 30cm (20in) in height but spreads naturally so your flower displays give real visual impact.
You receive a pack of five plugs of healthy young plants delivered to your door. With a well-established root network your plants are raring to go into pots straight away or in your garden beds.
If it’s a particularly cold March or April leave off planting until late May or plant earlier and consider putting over horticultural fleece if frosts are predicted.See Full Description +
- Quantity 5x Large Geranium Plants
- Height Up To: 30cm (12in)
Delivery: Late April to Late May