Globeflower Care: Growing Globeflowers In The Garden
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
If you're looking for something a little different, that not everyone has in the garden, you may want to look at members of the plant genus Trollius. Globeflower plant care can be found in this article.
Pelargonium x domesticum is also known as Martha Washington pelargonium. These plants have dark green leaves that are heart-shaped. They produce clusters of showy flowers in white, pink, red, and purple hues. They're also known as Lady Washington pelargonium or Regal pelargonium.
Of the common geraniums, ‘Orange Appeal' blooms in vibrant orange, ‘Mrs. Pollock' produces brilliant red flowers, and ‘Golden Ears' has eye-catching coral blooms. The ivy geraniums bloom in white, red, coral, rose, and lavender hues.