Rozanne Geranium

Rozanne Geranium

Geranium 'Rozanne' PP#12,175


$18.95
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Plant Patent #12,175. You've never seen a Hardy Geranium quite like this before. Rozanne blew the competition away during garden trials at the University of Georgia. Then this super bloomer nabbed the "Plant of the Centenary" award at the 2013 Chelsea Flower Show?a prize chosen by the Royal Horticultural Society to crown the 100-year anniversary of the show. So what's the big deal? For one thing, this Blooms of Bressingham variety knows how to form a good habit. Rozanne chooses compact, lush growth over the sparser, wider-spreading habit most Geraniums show. Then there's the blooms. Vivid indigo beauties with white centers pop up in early summer and don't stop until fall. Expect the flowers to remain all the way to first frost! This acclaimed Geranium grows about 2 feet in both directions provided well-drained soil and plenty of sun. Space plants 18 inches apart. Hardy in zones 5-8.

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Didn't do well inside
Susan from CA wrote (February 04, 2013):
I bought 2 plants to grow inside until I could plant outisde,1 died pretty quickly. The other seemed ok for a bit but slowly died. I planted them per instructions, correct size pot etc. they were kept in front of a full sun window , watered according to instructions & my house temp is always 71-72 .They arrived packed well& while the plants only had a few thin stalks to them the root ball for each plant was decent sized. So, not sure what happened.
rozanne geranium
MaryK Orlando from MA wrote (November 03, 2011):
I purchased this one from wayside gardens a few years ago and it is a beauty, although I put it between 2 sedums plants one white and the other Autumn Joy I may have to move as the sedums are putting some size. thank you Wayside for all the plants I bought from you on a trip to Conn. I especialy love the robust Lion King Japanese Iris.
Deer Resistant Trees

As the deer population has boomed and food has become scarcer, they have become more aggressive. In some areas deer will strip your garden bare, leaving nothing green or flowery behind. While there is no such thing as a completely deer-proof garden, there are some effective things you can do to protect your garden from these hungry animals.

Use physical barriers


A High Fence
Deer can jump pretty high, but a fence higher than eight feet (higher on an up-slope) and flush with the ground will keep any deer out.

Electric Fences
They are a much easier and less expensive solution. Deer generally will not try to jump electric fences, but will rather try to climb through the wires, receiving a deterring shock.

Bird-Netting
An even less extreme physical option is to put bird netting over your larger and more susceptible plants.

Plant Deer-resistant Varieties

Herbs, some conifers, and many flowers are some of the best deer-resistant plants. More fragrant plants will often deter predation. Planting just a few deer-resistant plants will limit grazing of your other plants. Remember, "deer-resistant" does not mean deer-proof. A hungry animal will eat just about anything.

Having a dog In the Family

Dogs Keep Deer Away Owning a dog, especially a big dog will almost always keep deer from approaching your home. Just the scent of the dog will keep most deer away, and if your dog lives outside you will probably never see any deer.

For most gardeners, it is a combination of different solutions that works best. Every gardener has to find the solution that works best in their garden.

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Geranium
Cranesbill / Hardy Geranium

Planting:

Set out plants 12 to 15 inches apart in a sunny situation and in virtually any light, welldrained soil. Once established, geraniums will tolerate periods of drought, but perform optimally in moisture-retentive soils; we recommend a summer mulch, especially during the spring flush of growth and where summers are quite warm. Some species will tolerate light or partial shade.


Maintenance:

Geraniums will take about two years to become fully established. Once they’ve done so, they’ll quickly grow and colonize. An annual top-dressing with a balanced fertilizer or compost is beneficial and will improve flower production. Divide as it becomes necessary.


Zones:

Zones 3-8

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Tips for gardening in particularly hot, dry climates:


1. Water with a drip system whenever possible – soak the bed slowly and thoroughly to a depth of 10" to 12".

2. Watering deeply every 3 to 5 days is preferable to a shallow daily watering.

3. Water in the early morning, so foliage has time to dry.

4. Add a 2- to 3-inch layer of mulch or similar material to aid in water retention and help keep the roots cool during hot weather.