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Geranium or Pelargonium ‘Marcada Pink’

Pelargonium ‘Marcada™ Pink’ is a hybrid Pelargonium. It belongs to the Geraniaceae family of plants. They also call it Pelargonium ‘Kleip13347’, Geranium ‘Marcada Pink’. This pelargonium is from the Marcada Series. Marcada series of Pelargoniums are more heat tolerant. They look like ivy geraniums.

Geranium or Pelargonium 'Marcada™ Pink'
Geranium or Pelargonium ‘Marcada™ Pink’ at Kew Gardens, London, UK

Selecta, a German breeder, introduced the Interspecific Pelargonium Marcada Series in 2015. They introduced it at the IMP at Messe Essen. IMP is one of the leading horticultural trade fairs. This trade fair has been held since 1983. The exhibitors at this event, present new products that are sustainable to climate change. They are more heat or cold tolerant.

Interspecific Pelargonium ‘Marcada™ series have bright colors, flower vigorously, and have a lush green foliage. They are more heat tolerant, start the season earlier. The series also include Mercada Magenta and Mercada Red varieties.

Pelargonium ‘Marcada™ Pink’ has bright pink colored flowers. It flowers from spring through autumn. Pelargonium ‘Marcada Pink’ is an upright plant. The flowers are long-lasting. It has lush green foliage. The leaves are alternate, and palmately lobed. Pelargonium ‘Marcada™ Pink’ can grow to about 16in or 41cm tall.

How to grow Geranium or Pelargonium ‘Marcada™ Pink’:

Grow Pelargonium ‘Marcada™ Pink’ in the sun or partial shade. Plant it in rich, fertile soil that is well-drained. Propagate by seed or cuttings. Fertilize every two weeks.

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