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Original Post by incendia

Overwintering pelargoniums (geraniums)

<p>I have only recently started taking gardening seriously (I'm a Lockdowm gardener!) and recently took some cuttings from my geraniums. I was happy that one of the eight survived! But on reading more about them I found that there are several different ways of "overwintering" them. This took me by surprise as a couple of years ago I bought some pelargoniums and put them in my front garden bed (facing south-east) in Cambridgeshire. I have never done anything to "overwinter" them, and yet they are still going strong, have spread, and are still in flower now. Have I just been lucky, and do I bother doing anything this year now that I "know better"?</p>

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