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Pelargonium hortorum ‘Big Eeze Pink’

Pelargonium is also known as Geranium or Storksbills. Pelargonium hortorum ‘Big Eeze Pink’ or Geranium hortorum ‘Big Eeze Pink’ is a cultivar of Pelargonium, the Big Eeze Series, introduced by Dümmen Orange which represents various breeders, it is a Dutch company focused on floriculture excellence. Pelargonium ‘Big Eeze Pink’ works in beds and borders as well as containers. It is an evergreen half-hardy perennial. It is easy to grow.

Pelargonium 'Big Eeze Pink'
Geranium or Pelargonium ‘Big Eeze Pink’ at Kew Gardens, London, UK

Big Eeze Series provides better cultivars of bigger flowers and foliage that perform better in most landscapes.

Pelargonium ‘Big Eeze Pink‘ is a pink Pelargonium or Geranium with large pink blooms. It is more heat tolerant. It blooms throughout the summer continuing into autumn. With a little effort such as deadheading and fertilizing you get rewarded with a beautifully performing plant.

The foliage is fragrant. The leaves are medium green. They are alternate and palmately lobbed. It flowers in umbel-like clusters. Each flower has five petals. The flowers open from the center outwards.

Plant Pelargonium ‘Big Eeze Pink’ in fertile, moist, neutral to alkaline soil. Grow it in the sun, to get optimum flowering. Water moderately during spring and summer. Propagate by seed or softwood cuttings in the summer. Pinch out shoots to make them bushy. In colder climates, Pelargonium is grown as an annual. Deadhead plants to promote flowers.

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