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The Geranium Alba 2005, 'Pelargonium x hortorum', is a new early flowering beautiful white geranium. Geraniums are a favorite bedding and container plant and are grown in almost every region of the country. These plants have succulent leaves and stems and they are commonly called garden geraniums or zonal geraniums. The Alba 2005 is distinguished by it's early bloom time and clear white flowers. They are excellent in containers of all types from small pots to large tubs to window boxes and combine well with other plants such as petunias and ivies. Geraniums are one of your best choices for use in hanging baskets. Plant in ordinary well-drained soil. Overfertilization results in excessive foliage and few flowers. Fertilize lightly every 2 weeks. Pinching of the shoots will promote bushiness Remove spent flowers to enhance flowering.
Scientific Name : Pelargonium x hortorum

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