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Re: weather/gardening

Hello Bonnie,
    I think Rozanne does best in part sun here. Further north one goes the
more sun, the further south the more shade. I don't  think this one is for
sitting out in full sun and baking. Few perennials are drought tolerant the
first year or two they are transplanted.... they do need to get roots into
the soil. Take care the first year at least. Then they can ride on less
moisture during our hot and dry come July and August.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
> Does it require full sun?  I notice that you carry a lot of shade and
> semi-shade plants.  Since this one is drought tolerant, it sounds like a
> good candidate for my dry semi-shad back.
> Bonnie Zone 6+ ETN
> > Hello Christine,
> >     It is not all hype on this one.... Geranium Rozanne is one of the
> > ones to come along in some time. Already quite popular. I have had it
> > two years in my garden. It is a good grower and stands up to heat and
> > drought, along with some shade. Blooms like crazy. The begin a nice blue
> for
> > me, go over to purple-blue with age. Nice contrasting eye. Blooms are
> > only plentiful they are large and showy over cut foliage. Best bloom is
> > late summer into fall. Mine was in full bloom when our hard cold weather
> > hit. Took a couple of freezes before the plant shut down.
> >     I say go for it if you have room for another geranium.

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