richard 10 Posts: 2
Before the winter I dug up all my pelargonium zonals and cut back the leaves for storage over the winter. I was wondering if anyone knows the optimum time to repot them inside the greenhouse for watering and feeding in preparation for summer flowering?
I have some bedding pelargoniums which I was going to scrap so just moved them against a wall in late Autumn and they are still flowering! The large ones I wanted to keep got moved onto a table near a window in the garage, cut back, and left almost bone dry. Some smaller plants were moved into a cold greenhouse left dryish and have done OK despite minus temperatures. All will get repoted and treat kindly in mid March.
Thanks for taking the time ti reply guys, its been really helpful as im quite new to gardening, I will fill out ma profile now