This is the first time I started to winter bare root geraniums. My question concerns the long geranium roots. Can I cut them shorter, and if I do, will it hurt the plants? Will the plants survive when I put them back into the pot or the ground in spring?
Why is my geranium getting yellow leaves on the bottom part of the plant? This beautiful, lush triple plant was on the deck this summer and I want to save it over the winter. It has a sunny spot to be in the house. I suspect overwatering on my part. Also, should I give it fertilizer?
I want to know the what varieties of geraniums are most compact and spread out instead of growing tall and spindly.
I live in El Paso, Texas and last year I had an infestation of whiteflies on my (15) potted geraniums. It was so bad that most of them died. My question is, do I get rid of last year’s soil? Do I buy new soil? And what is the best prevention for whiteflies?
I brought two hanging geranium plants in last fall. They are very leggy. When do I cut them back- in early March or April? I live in northern Ohio.
I planted geraniums in spots on the grounds – they look fantastic. Will they last indefinitely? They can be covered if there is a frost warning. Thanks
I have a geranium that is gonna die. It wilted. What can I do to save it?
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