Ivy geraniums are often overlooked because its cousin, the zonal geranium, is such a show-off. 'Great Balls of Fire' ivy geraniums are giving its upright relative a run for its money, with a nicely cascading habit and large clusters of flowers that bloom from late spring into the fall. Mounding eight to 16 inches, it then drapes about two feet over the edges of hanging baskets and container planters. Geraniums are extremely heat tolerant and thrive in those sunny garden spots. Water and fertilize regularly, and watch for those sneaky little bud worms. They'll leave you with lots of lush foliage and no blooms, but we've got the solution for that. Contact us and we'll have your ivy geraniums blooming again in no time!