Ivy geraniums grow like ivy, spreading and trailing into long cascades or compact mounds. The blossoms are full and abundant, with semi-double or double flowers depending on the number of petals. Like all geraniums, they do best in sun, but can also tolerate some shade. Ivies are show-offs in hanging baskets, window boxes and planters, but they also work well as ground covers or accent plants.
For best results, plant one ivy geranium every six to nine inches, and use three to five plants in a 10" hanging basket.
Contessa Dark Red (Barock) - Dark red, full, semi-double blossoms; fresh green foliage; good heat tolerance
- Soft lavender-pink; glossy trailing foliage; good heat tolerance
- Rich, velvet burgundy, semi-double flowers; dark green zoned leaves; full growth habit
Global Neon Cherry
- Vivid, iridescent cherry-rose; rich green foliage; full well-branched plant
Global Soft Pink
- Clear, medium pink; medium compact plant with rich green foliage
- White, semi-double blooms; dark zoned leaf; well-branched