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How To Keep Geranium Plants Happy During Winter
Familiarizing yourself with the different types of geraniums is vital for tailoring your care approach and will help you make more informed decisions, especially during the winter.
Hardy geraniums, or cranesbill, can remain outdoors throughout the winter, while pelargoniums cannot survive freezing temperatures and require repotting and transporting indoors.
Place your pelargoniums indoors where they can get at least four to six hours of sunlight. Keep the temperature consistent and water sparingly, as they are in a semi-dormant state.
Once winter subsides, put them outside for a couple of hours each day, and then eventually replant them. Your extra effort will be rewarded with stunning blooms and lush foliage.