are easy to grow. Remove old flowers to keep the plant
blooming all summer.
In the fall, you can overwinter geraniums. One way
is to take cuttings from the plant, root them in moist
soil and pot up each rooted cutting. Another way is
to dig the geraniums up, shaking off all the soil.
Place the plants in brown paper bags and hang them
upside down in a cool basement. The stems will live
and start growing in the spring. Lastly, you can dig
up the geraniums in the fall before frost; pot them
up and cut them back to six to eight inches tall.
Place them in a sunny window. In the spring, move
the geraniums outside after all danger from the frost