Pelargoniums really appreciate a good meal just like we do.But they are not looking for meat and 2 veg rather a good dose of potash (potassium). At this time of year what they are looking for is a liquid feed with a high potash content. This will stimulate bud production. Regular feeding will reward you with summer long flowers. “Once a week is good, twice a week is BETTER”
Here at Cramden Nursery we have bottled up our very own liquid feed, “Geranium Elixir”. This is what we use here on the nursery to get our great results.
Our Garvineas are looking GREAT. These plants are a new line for us here at Cramden Nursery. After a sad start with the low light levels of winter and spring they have put on some beautiful growth and flowers. Here is “Lisa” shining happily in the sunshine this afternon at Cramden Nursery.
Here it is our first Amaryllis flower of the year.This Amaryllis came from a bulb that was given to my dad over 39 years ago. Over the years it has been split and repotted and split again, it is almost like one of the family.
It’s a no show this year for flowers on our Geranium Maderence. The plant is in it’s second year so should be flowering by now. The low light levels in late winter and spring (if we could call it a spring!) means the plant has not been able to produce flowers this year. We shall have to wait till next year. All good things come to those who wait.