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Geranium - Ivy Pelargonium peltatum 'Ivy League Hot Coral'

Geranium


Geranium Grower Tips:

Know your varieties and treat with PGRs accordingly. Compact varieties will require little PGR. Early Florel sprays are key to making well-branched, quality plants. Use low-rate Bonzi drenches only on vigorous varieties. A pinch can be given on very vigorous varieties. Watch for both aphids and thrips on ivies. Keep the media pH below 6.0 to avoid iron deficiency (tip yellowing). Correct with iron chelate drenches if needed.

Exceptional heat tolerance raises the bar for ivy geranium class.
Strong branching and pot fill builds better baskets.
A broad range of core and novelty colors makes Ivy League the go-to ivy geranium series for growers.

Height:

12-14 in

Color:

Coral

Spread:

20-24 in

Hardiness Zone:

9-12

 

Ivy Geraniums take their common name from their trailing habit and ivy-like foliage. They display colorful clusters of blooms all season long, upping their value as a garden and container plant. Where not hardy, they can be grown as houseplants through the winter months.

 

Characteristics & Attributes for Geranium - Ivy Pelargonium peltatum 'Ivy League Hot Coral'

Exposure
Full Sun
Partial Sun
Attributes
Drought Tolerant
Habit
Trailing
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Summer
Tray Size
25 - Preforma Strip (26 Plants)
Uses
Hanging Basket
Bedding Plant
Container - Spiller (Trailing)
Vigor
Medium