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Geranium - Specialty 'GardenStar Mint Julep'

Geranium Pelargonium x hortorum


Geranium Grower Tips:

Pelgardinis are zonal geraniums with variegated foliage and should therefore be grown utilizing the zonal production schedule. Since these varieties are grown primarily for their multicolored foliage, they can be grown without consideration for flowering. Most of the Pelgardinis lack the chlorophyll content of other zonals and therfore may not size-up as rapidly. Also, consider that some of these are diploid geraniums (single-flowered) and can exhibit low-pH sensitivity. Keep pH of these varieties at or above 6.0.

Vivero Internacional’s Pelargonium Mint Julep’s interspecific breeding brings its white-edged foliage to a different level.
The red flower above the white foliage sets a great contrast in every flower bed.
This new variety is much more vigorous as regular colored leaf Pelargoniums.

Height:

12-15 in

Color:

Red

Spread:

15-18 in

Series:

Brocade

   

Characteristics & Attributes for Geranium - Specialty 'GardenStar Mint Julep'

Exposure
Full Sun
Partial Sun
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Summer
Uses
Containers
Hanging Basket
Bedding Plant