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2021 Seed Catalog

Ivy Geranium Tornado Bicolor Duet flowers

AN18191

Tornado Bicolor Duet

Ivy Geranium Seeds

Lilac, rose, and white (tricolor) flowers. Grow Tornado Bicolor Duet in hanging baskets or even as an unusual ground cover, as the plants can spread up to two feet across. When planted in containers, Tornado Bicolor Duet ivy geranium can be overwintered in a sunny window, and will grow as a perennial in climates with very mild winters. We like Tornado Bicolor Duet for its striking markings of light and dark on a bright pink background.

5 seeds - $4.99
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Growing Tornado Bicolor Duet Geranium Seeds

Bee introduces how to plant

Plant Geranium Seeds: Sow seed in 2 in. pots or cell packs, press into soil and barely cover. Kept at 75°F. germination is in 14-21 days. Bottom-heat will improve results and is recommended. Transplant into the garden 1 ft. apart, after all danger of frost.

Grow Geranium: Full or part sun. Regular water. Flowers attract hummingbirds, plants are heat tolerant and resist rabbits and deer.

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We guarantee all the seeds we sell for one full year from the date of purchase. If you are unsatisfied with any seeds purchased from Swallowtail Garden Seeds, we will issue a refund. For customers in the U.S., we can send one-time replacement packets or issue a refund.