Prune your geraniums to remove dead or damaged growth. This encourages new growth and prevents diseases.
Water sparingly in winter. Allow the soil to dry slightly between watering to prevent root rot.
Place your geraniums in sunny spots. Sunlight is crucial for photosynthesis even in winter.
When frost is predicted, cover your geraniums with cloth or burlap to shield them from the cold.
Apply a layer of mulch around the base of your geraniums to insulate the soil and regulate temperature.
Consider bringing potted geraniums indoors during extremely cold nights.
Inspect your plants regularly for pests. Treat promptly to avoid infestations.
Keep an eye out for signs of fungal diseases. Treat with fungicides as needed.
Ensure well-draining soil to prevent waterlogging, a common issue in winter.
Use a balanced, diluted fertilizer during winter months to provide essential nutrients.
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