How do you keep geraniums through winter?


To keep your geraniums through winter, you need to follow some guidelines. You will first need to dig it up then place the root ball in a bucket of water for 45 minutes. Hang the plant upside down and take it down every month to soak it in water for 45 minutes and make sure it is stored in a cool, dry place. This will ensure it remains in a state of dormancy until spring.
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1. Dig up the geranium. Create a wide hole to avoid cutting the roots with the shovel. 2. Lift the geranium from the hole and gently shake it to remove the dirt. Pick any large and
From:… There are several ways on wintering geraniums; the most common is by digging them up before the first frost and transplanting
Do you mean Geraniums or Pelargoniums. Geraniums are hardy herbaceous plants and should not need to be stored. Pelargoniums are tender plants and need protection in winter. If they
1 Prune back your geraniums to about 1/2 of their original height. Ad 2 Use a trowel to carefully dig up each plant. 3 Put each geranium plant in a pot that is at least 6 to 8&rdquo
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How to Keep Geraniums Over the Winter
Although generally thought of as annuals, geraniums are actually cold-sensitive perennial plants and will last many seasons with proper care. Overwintering geraniums is the main obstacle to keeping them alive for long periods of time, but luckily there... More »
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