* Soil – Geraniums thrive in rich soil that is very
well drained. If you add compost to your soil, this
will give your plants an extra boost.
* Fertilizer – When you grow geraniums, it is good to
note that they are heavy feeders. You should plan on
giving them fertilizer at least every two weeks. You
may also feed them when you plant them with a
time-released fertilizer that will last the entire
* Water – When it does not rain, you will have to make
sure that you water your geraniums regularly. If you
are not sure if you should water, just poke your
finger down into the soil. If it is dry at least two
inches down, then you had better get out the hose!
* Grooming – You want to keep your plants looking
their best by dead heading them and by taking away any
dried or discolored leaves. In this way, your
geraniums will look great all season!