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I can honestly say that Iíve never killed a geranium
Are you starting to think about preparing your garden for spring? I am and I'm giving a lot of thought to planting geraniums. Why geraniums? Here are five reasons to grow these hardy plants in a Queensland garden:
1. Easy to grow as they like sunny areas and don't enjoy being overwatered.
2. You can propagate by cuttings. 3. There is a huge variety of scents and colours. 4. They can be grown in pots, hanging baskets and garden beds. 5. They attract both bees and butterflies to the garden.
If you would like to learn more about geraniums, the Geranium and Pelargonium Society Inc, made up of gardening enthusiasts of over 20 years standing, will be sharing their knowledge and expertise at their next monthly meeting on Saturday, 3rd of August.
The meeting will commence at 1pm at 102 McDonald Road, Windsor, walking distance from the Albion railway station, and will include a guest speaker from The Queensland Rose Society: Shirley Dance.
Geraniums and roses. Why not kill two birds with one stone?