Martha Washington Geranium
The Martha Washington Geranium is also known as the Regal Geranium. It is a tropical annual that produces blooms that range from pink to lavender. This type of geranium will bloom repeatedly during the growing season. To enjoy the most blooms from your Martha Washington Geranium, keep it in temperatures of 50 to 60 degrees at night. Prune the plant to encourage bushiness by pinching off new growth periodically. When planting outside, a partially shaded location is best, to protect it from the hottest summer heat. Varieties listed according to primary flower color.
Best planted in a loose, well-drained, mildly acidic soil mix.
Compact, bushy habit.
Green, crinckled leaves.
Blooms in shades of purple, pink, red, magenta, white throughout the season.