Spring and summer. Along the Gulf Coast and in southern Florida, some pelargoniums bloom throughout the year.
Throughout the United States.
Well-drained rich soil or potting mix.
Water enough to keep the soil moist but not saturated. For container gardens, Add water until it starts to drain from the bottom of the container.
Spring, when all danger of frost is past, or any time of year in southern Florida or along the Gulf Coast.
Feed with an all-purpose plant food.
Remove old flower clusters to encourage continuing bloom.
Full sun or light shade.