Geraniums New Cultivars on Flower Day
Eastern Market Flowers – Big Blooming! Geraniums are one of my old-fashioned gardening favorites. They fill the surrounding view with a rainbow of bright invigorating color. Standing tall or short in the rear or the front border of the garden. Then, later in the summer, they are in full bloom, they dominate any garden. Large hanging basket or in tall clay pots make great Detroit Mother’s Day Gifts!
Easter Market Flowers – Geraniums
So why plant geraniums in your garden? Beauty, low maintenance, once established they need little water. Their bright, large colorful, blooms capture the attention of passers-by. With their 1 to 4 feet tall display–often planted in raised large clay pots–makes geraniums the perfect choice for easy on the eye front and backyard scenery. Hugh inventory on display on Eastern Market Flower Day.
The Beauty of nature is therapy to the soul–ThirdSon
From the Detroit Eastern Market to my yard.
New Cultivars – This Year
- Lavender Blue. It’s a robust, sturdy with light pink blooms.
- Lavender Rose, which has rich, bright dark pink flowers.
- Salmon Night—This Geranium has salmon colored petals and dark foliage; nearly black. The leaves are variegated, thin, and outlining the dark center.
Look for new varieties of ivy Geraniums; trailing vines that climb out of the pots and hanging baskets.
This evergreen aromatic biennial is the largest geranium in the world. Leaves can grow to 40cm across! Pink pedals.
Geranium Martha Washington
These geraniums produce the largest flowers of all the geranium types.
Is one of the largest flowers of the blue varieties.