This is my geranium garden. It all started with two geraniums that I bought from Home Depot either 3 or 4 years ago. As each plant grew, I trimmed it back and …


  1. I'm glad to hear that. I think the soil here is probably fertile. There's a lot of rock in it. It's very hard to dig in, because of the rocks. So I'm assuming it has a lot of minerals. I've put in palm trees, one orange and two mango trees, bougainvillea bushes, hibiscus bushes, money trees, banana plants, cup of gold bushes, and other stuff, and so far everything's doing fine, so I'm presuming the soil is pretty good. Thanks again! πŸ˜ƒ

  2. Wow! I would love to have six foot tall geranium plants! 😊 I was watching videos of azalea gardens last night, and they're so beautiful, such wonderful colors. I wonder how azaleas would do down here. I don't even know if you can buy azalea bushes in Mexico. My husband said to ask you if you use any kind of fertilizer on your geraniums.

  3. Thanks, so much! We moved to Mexico two years ago, so the climate here should be fine for the geraniums. I had nine plants in pots. I got seven of them planted so far. Before I planted them, I trimmed them up, so I've got lots of cuttings I can plant. The main problem will just be figuring out where I want to put them. Anyway, thanks so much for your reply, and for your wonderful video.

  4. Thanks so much! All these other videos have been saying geraniums don't do well in the ground. But I've got nine geraniums in pots and they're not doing well, so I was wondering if they'd do better if I put them in the ground. So I really appreciate your video. I bought a small poinsettia plant in December and someone in line at the store said "it'll be dead in three weeks" but I put it in the ground, and it looked kind of puny for a while, but right now it has at least fifty leaves on it.