Geranium Plant White


Pelargonium is a genus of flowering plants which includes about 200 species of perennials, succulents, and shrubs, commonly known as geraniums, pelargoniums, or storksbills. Confusingly, Geranium is the botanical name of a separate genus of related plants. Both genera belong to the family Geraniaceae.

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Plant Comes in 4-6 Inches plastic pot


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Geraniums are a longtime favorite of Almanac gardeners. They are easy to grow, colorful, and emit a lovely scent. Here’s how to grow geraniums in your home and garden!

Although they are also an outdoor plant, geraniums are typically kept indoors to overwinter. Alternatively, they can bloom indoors all year long with enough light.

When buying geraniums, pay close attention to color and size. Healthy leaves will have no discoloration on or below them and stems will be sturdy, not straggly. Be sure to avoid any plants with obvious signs of pests as well.

Place plants in pots with drainage holes to avoid root rot. Do not use a saucer beneath your pot unless filled with pebbles.

Use soil-less potting mixture (not dirt) when planting in containers.

For maximum bloom, place the plants in an area where they will get 4-6 hours of sunlight daily.


Allow to dry between waterings, then water thoroughly.

During the winter, water much less, but do not let the roots dry out.

To encourage blooming, deadhead spent flowers. 

To promote bushiness and avoid legginess, pinch the stems.

During active growing months, fertilize every 2 weeks. Use a water-soluble fertilizer at half strength. Don’t fertilize in winter.

Geraniums can be re-potted as needed during the spring to be refreshed.

Data sheet

Plant Height
12-10 Inches
Full Sun
Flower Color