Height: 12 - 16"
Spacing: 12 - 16"
Where to plant: In the ground or large containers
Rocky Mountain Geraniums are, as their name implies, larger than your typical geranium. This series is about 30-50% larger than regular geraniums (ie Tangos, Classics, etc.) making them extra showy in your garden. Not suited to small containers.
Just like all zonal geraniums, the "Rockies" like it dry, and they like to be fed. Water only when soil is completely dry. It is best to water first thing in the morning, and water the soil at the base of the geranium, try to keep the geranium itself dry. Fertilize weekly with an all purpose fertilizer. 'Dead-heading' (removing the dead blooms), should be done as needed, especially after heavy rain.