Winter Citronella Plants?

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Citronella plants need special care during winter to keep healthy. To care for the plant during winter, keep it inside when the temperatures starts to drop in a cool place. Move it close to the window towards the light. Water and fertilize the plant.
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1. Move plants inside in late summer when temperature begins to drop below 50 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit at night. 2. Cut foliage back to 4 to 6 inches in height to force new growth
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Citronella is frost tender. It is actual a sented geranium if that helps you any. You have three choices: 1 - leave it outside and let it die when the frost kills it off. 2- take
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Use as anti-repellent to mosquitoes.
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If they are long growing vegetables, then at the start of Autumn and If they are short ones, then at the end. Happy vegetable growing : x.
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How to Care for Citronella Plants in the Winter
Often promoted as a citronella or mosquito plant, citronella-scented geraniums release intense fragrance when the leaves are disturbed. Although research has determined that the claims by commercial growers of this plant's amazing ability to repel... More »
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