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Macro Monday ~ Hanging geraniums – ivy

This year I decided to have hanging geraniums on the window sills. The cuttings were given to me by my sister in the fall. I was lucky enough to be able to grow the flower and protect it from the cold. In the spring I transplanted the cuttings into flower beds and they work just fine.

They are named after ivy-like fleshy leaves that, unlike other geraniums, are smooth. Ivy grows strongly and is a classic of lush balcony plantings. They are beautiful in hanging containers and balcony sinks. From spring to autumn, single flowers decorated with five petals appear. Their flowers stick together during a long rainy period, so a covered habitat is favorable for them.

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Written by vidocka


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