Geraniums by Enzie Shahmiri

(c) Enzie Shahmiri
Geraniums is a painting that I did a long time ago. Posters and stationary items with this image are now available for sale through my on-line Store for the garden enthusiast that shares my love for this lovely plant.

A hardy plant, Geraniums prefer full sun and rich soil that is well drained. I plant my Geraniums both in the ground and in containers. I found that blooming increases when I fertilize every two weeks or at least once a month. Geraniums don't like wet feet, so it's best to water them well and let the soil dry out first, before watering again. If the soil is dry when you stick your finger in the soil about 2-3 inches down it is time to water again.

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