- Lots of flowers on scented plants
- Thrives even in sun and drought
- Ideal for spilling over pots
This seed-raised ivy leaf pelargonium is very free-flowering.
It produces softly trailing mounds of flowers above distinctive foliage and because of its unique growing habit the trailing stems won't tangle in breezy conditions. Good news if you are growing these lovely plants in hanging baskets or containers in exposed positions.
Plant into well-drained soil in containers, window boxes or hanging baskets.
Water and feed throughout the season and deadhead spent flowers to help keep the display going for as long as possible.
Large Plugs (24 cells per tray) - Are strong enough to be planted into in baskets or containers or into their final position provided the temperature is warm enough and there is no risk of frost. Otherwise they will benefit from potting on into 7cm (3in) pots to allow them to grow on before planting out. Plants will be approximately 7cm (3in) from base to tip.
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