Answer: In contrast to the typical geranium, this specialty type will only set buds when temperatures are under 60 degrees. In the meantime, keep it in a bright sunny spot and be careful not to over water it. Allow the soil to dry slightly (but not completely) between waterings and use a diluted water soluble fertilizer regularly when the plant is in active growth. Finally, it blooms best when somewhat pot bound. After flowering, trim it back to keep it bushy and set it in partial shade for the rest of the season.
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