The most popular
Calliope® M is the most popular Calliope®. It is a great all-rounder with very deep, striking colours that last all summer long and with an outstanding garden performance.
The super-sized Calliope®
Calliope® L is the super-sized Calliope® that is ideal for large containers and can also be used as a standalone due to its size.
Broad and bushy
Calliope® Landscape is great for ground cover in beds and borders because it has a broad and bushy growth habit. It also looks fantastic in hanging baskets.
Wow factor in hanging baskets
Calliope® Cascade is similar to Calliope® Landscape but with a more trailing habit so it has the wow factor in hanging baskets. It can also be used in patio pots or part of a combination.
Big bright colored blooms that keep on flowering and flowering!
Calliope® a super geranium
Check which Calliope® suits you’re purpose the best: Garden, balcony, terrace or window, flower bed, pot, box or basket. Find out which Calliope® you need for your flower idea!
Maybe you want to plant geraniums for the first time – or maybe even plant flowers for the first time? In any case, you’re making a good choice. Because Calliope® is the easy way to colour your life.
Take a minute to evaluate before you decide – for example, if you would like to plant your pelargoniums in flower beds, patio pots, hanging baskets or boxes. But also how many plants do you need, which type and which colours? We have displayed all the available colours and types Calliope® has to offer, so you can visit a store well prepared.
HOW TO GROW CALLIOPE
Taking care of Calliope® is actually really easy, the only steps you need to take are: planting, watering, weeding and fertilizing. Besides the fact that gardening is really relaxing and healthy, it is actually fun as well. The more you give to the plants, the more they will give back to you.
Plant Calliope® in a flower bed, hanging basket, pot or window box. The ideal planting time is from the end of April with frost protection. Once the frost has past then they can be put outside.
Water thoroughly after planting and let them drain. Keep the soil lightly moist for the first few weeks to help the roots grow. After that period only give water when necessary (depends on the heat and sun 1-2 times a week).
Remove the dead flowers by breaking off the flower stem at the base - this will encourage more flowers to be produced.
Enjoy more flowers in vibrant colours until late into the Autumn