bedding geranium


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Noun1.bedding geranium - an upright geranium having scalloped leaves with a broad color zone inside the margin and white or pink or red flowersbedding geranium - an upright geranium having scalloped leaves with a broad color zone inside the margin and white or pink or red flowers
geranium - any of numerous plants of the family Geraniaceae
genus Pelargonium, Pelargonium - geraniums native chiefly to South Africa; widely cultivated
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GIVE your house a new look this summer by covering blank walls with hanging baskets packed with low bushy and trailing plants such as fuchsia, petunia, impatiens and begonia, all planted around a taller central plant such as a bedding geranium.
You can reap at least 20 cuttings from a single fuchsia, petunia or bedding geranium.
Hundreds of bedding geraniums and French marigolds have been planted in the nine beds near the castle keep as part of DZG's annual summer planting programme.
Divine is the first seed-raised variety introduced, in packs, similarly priced to bedding geraniums.
EASY Sow bedding geraniums in a heated greenhouse or propagator - soaking seeds in tepid water for 24 hours before planting will speed up the germination.
These are the bedding geraniums, more correctly known as pelargoniums and our modern hybrids are all produced from seed these days for speed, uniformity, guaranteed flower colour and quality and many other features.
They must not however, be confused with the traditional summer bedding Geraniums which are more correctly called Pelargoniums.
They must not, however, be confused with the traditional summer bedding geraniums which are more correctly called Pelargoniums.
One group of perennials which I would never be without is the geraniums or cranesbills - not to be confused with the bedding geraniums or pelargoniums.
Don't confuse them with their distant cousins, the bright and cheerful bedding geraniums which are so useful for pots of summer colour.
Sow seeds of bedding geraniums now because they are slow to germinate and need a long, protected growing period to get to a good size.
2 Seeds of a new year - if you are getting itchy fingers and want to get some new plants underway, you can sow onions and leeks in a frost free glasshouse and, with a little extra heat from a heated propagator, you can sow bedding geraniums and fibrous rooted begonias now.