How to care for Zonal Geranium - Mixed Varieties
Light: Full Sun
Place in a bright room that is sun drenched almost all day. Or directly in a south-facing window.
Watering need: High demand
This is a water-loving plant, it does not like to dry up much. Before watering feel the soil - the top layer of soil can be slightly dry and the soil below should be a bit moist, but not wet, when watering again. Squeeze a bit of soil between your fingers - if water seeps out it’s still wet.
Fertilizing need: Minimum demand
This plant does not need very much fertilizing, but giving them some extra nutrients every once in a while is important to keep them green, promote good growth and to stay healthy. You can find more info below how to best fertilize this plants.
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How to Fertilize Your Plant
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How to Repot Your Plant
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Deadhead Pinching Your Plant
Removing dead material from your plants every now and then can help keep them healthy, pest-free and looking great!
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Deadwooding Your Plant
It’s time to clean up your plant! Let’s do some deadwooding.
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Overwintering Your Plant Cool And Dark
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