Caldera Salmon

Caldera Geranium displays a spreading habit that can be used as a bedding plant but really shines as a container plant in both mixed containers or as a single item in hanging baskets. Use in window boxes and containers for bright, cascading color throughout the summer months. Caldera is very heat tolerant and thrives in our Southern Region. Caldera Salmon is hot coral-salmon with deep splashes of intense coral color in the bloom that stand out on the dark green cascading foliage. Expect a bit more fullness on the plant habit compared to other cascading varieties. Brilliant color and long lasting blooms.
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5" 8-ct
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  • Planting + Care

Size & Spacing

  • Bed Spacing: 12-18"
  • Container Spacing: 8"
  • Mature Width: 20-24"
  • Mature Height: 10-14"

Planting Type

  • Good for Containers


  • Spring
  • Summer


  • Annual


  • Full Sun

Growth Habit

  • Mounding
  • Semi-Trailing
  • Water Requirements

    • Normal


    • Heavy Feeder


    Tolerant to

    • Heat

    Bloom/Interest Range

    • Jan
    • Feb
    • Mar
    • Apr
    • May
    • Jun
    • Jul
    • Aug
    • Sep
    • Oct
    • Nov
    • Dec

    Growth Characteristics:
    Cascading habit with bright bloom heads.

    Care & Maintenance:
    Deadhead occasionally to keep the plant fresh and producing color. Fertilize on a regular schedule as geraniums are generally heavy feeders.