Geranium Plants
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Brought Geraniums Inside for Winter

Anonymous added on March 11, 2014 | Answered

I brought my geranimums in for the winter. They are in a pot near a sunny place and I am careful not to overwater. The foliage is healthy and growing and green, but no flowers. When I bring them back out in the spring/summer, will they bloom flowers again?

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Nikki
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Answered on March 11, 2014

Yes, with adequate care, they should rebloom for you. These articles should help: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/geranium/geranium-care.htm

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dvcmck
Answered on March 14, 2014

They may just be adjusting to the move inside as humidity and lighting are both lower than outside. Grow on as houseplants. Many people de-bud them in the winter and then they really take off in the spring when set out. I always just enjoy the blooms. Geraniums are tough plants. Many people hang them upside-down by their bare roots and place them in a dimly lighted cellar or fruit cellar and plant them out in the garden in spring. Start new plants every two or three years as they seem to lose vigor when older.

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