overwintered in greenhouse - but now what?
Hi, I have overwintered both geraniums and chrysanthemums in my greenhouse, now not sure what to do with them.
The pots they were in are full of tulips and primroses.
The primroses I bought last autumn in flower and thought they would of died off by now. I have now been told that they will continue to grow and it is possible to split them to make more (any advice on how would be nice).
So do I just leave the primroses in place and buy more pots for the geraniums and chrysanthemums.
Also can I split either of these before repotting. I did try taking some cuttings - they continued to flower in the conservatory but have not rooted. Maybe September was the wrong time to try this - should I do it now?
If so, is it best to try rooting them in water or just compost (tried both in sept but neither way worked)
Thanks in anticipation