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Geranium Ivy Trailing Mix Plant Start 6-Pack
  • Geranium Ivy Trailing Mix Plant Start 6-Pack
  • Geranium Ivy Trailing Mix Plant Start 6-Pack
  • Geranium Ivy Trailing Mix Plant Start 6-Pack
  • Geranium Ivy Trailing Mix Plant Start 6-Pack

Geranium Ivy Trailing Mix Plant Start 6-Pack

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6 Plant Start Plugs per package
Ships: Spring 2024 [?]

    Ivy Geraniums have been a fan favorite for years!  These Geraniums will gracefully cascade over the edges of containers, hanging baskets and window boxes or will work great as a border plant in a full-sun garden!  These bright flowers are pollinator friendly but deer and rabbits will stay away!  The long lasting blooms make these a perfect addition to a Summer cut flower arrangement!  The Geranium Ivy Trailing Mix includes 3 Sophie Pink and Sophie Bright Red varieties which are sure to add pops of color throughout your garden from Summer until frost!  

    *Will come with 6 plant start plugs with active growth for a head start this season. Our annuals are ready to ship late Spring and into early Summer*

    Upon Arrival…

    • Remove your plants from all packaging and inspect the condition of the growth. If you are concerned with its condition, please email us an image within 5 days of delivery.
    • If the soil seems dry and/or if the plant appears wilted upon arrival, this is okay! Just make sure to water them well to reinvigorate them.
    • The new plants will need time to acclimate before they can be replanted or moved outside. We recommend placing the plant starts in a bright location inside for 1-2 days. This will help them to perk up and be healthy enough for transplanting.
    • Any wilted or yellow leaves should be removed prior to transplanting.
    • The new plant start plugs can be safely transplanted outside into the ground or containers once nighttime temperatures are consistently above 40°F.

    Planting Depth and Spacing: Dig a hole deep enough for the entire plug to fit snugly. The plug should be flush with the soil line – it should not be sticking up out of the soil. Plants should be spaced 12” apart in the garden.

    Planting in Pots: Choose a container with draining holes. An 8-12” pot can fit one plant, or a choose larger pot to plant multiple together.

    Soil Preparation: Petunias will prefer well-draining soil. If you have clay soil, it’s best to amend it with a potting mix that drains well. Brand names with perlite, vermiculite, soil, and/or sand will work great.

    Watering: If the top inch of soil is dry to the touch, then it’s time to water. When plants are young, it is important to not allow them to dry out completely. Keep the soil evenly moist but not saturated. Plants in containers will need to be watered more often. Geraniums will become more drought-tolerant once established.

    Fertilizing: We recommend using our Jack’s Bloom Booster Fertilizer 10-30-20. Please follow the recommended instructions found on the package.

    Over Winter: Geraniums will not withstand freezing temperatures. In the fall, they can be brought inside in containers. Keep them dry over the winter, and do not water more than once a month. After the final frost in the spring, bring the plants back outdoors. In regions that do not freeze, geraniums may continue blooming through the winter and do not need to be brought inside.

    Deadheading: For the best look, be sure to pinch away old flowers so that new ones can take their place. This will allow for a longer blooming season.