Pelargonium crispum "randy"

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Pelargonium Crispum, geranium dwarf or Geranium Randy is a 
Plant very demand in the area of the Mediterranean area as it adapts very well to exhibitions of direct sun.

Pelargonium Crispum is an evergreen subshrub which belongs to the geraniaceaes family.

To the intermittent bloom of this plant, from spring to the fall, we have to add the soft smell to lemon of its leaves.

Unlike its fellows "Pelargonium Zonale" or "Pelargonium Peltatum" offers us inflorescences of smaller size but with a large number of flowers.

This plant does not tolerate flooding, so the planting area should be very well drained.

In terms of needs of light, can be located in a place with direct exposure to the sun or in partial shade.

With respect to trimming, we can give a light pruning after each blooming to preserve an equilibrated shape of the plant, as well as to encourage new flowering.

Pelargonium Crispum is not propensed to be attacked by pests, if any by the butterflies of geriums.

According to our experience we think the salmon colour is a bit stronger that the pink one.

Sources, in addition to our experience with this plant:


http://www.botanicayjardines.com/pelargonium-crispum/

http://www.pfaf.org/user/Plant.



 

Name Pelargonium Crispum
Origen South Africa
Height Up to 1.5m
Color Pink, white, violet..
Flowering Spring - Summer
Location Sun Or Semisombra
Irrigation Moderate
Applications For Gardens, flowerpots and terraces
Others It resists up to 0ºC
Sales format Pot 13cm
Note Being the product a living plant and depending on the season, this plant could be received, in some cases, not exactly the same as in the photography, but as similar as possible, without impacting on quality of the same.