Can I plant geraniums that I have "wintered over" in the house?
I have geraniums I have "wintered over" in the house, so they wouldn't be too leggy, I recently cut them way back. Can I just plant them outside again in the ground or in my window box?
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As long as they stayed healthy over the winter, geraniums will come back and do well. Give them a dose of liquid fertilizer in late winter so they can put on new, healthy growth before they move outdoors. Before you replant them, let them acclimate in their pots for a few hours a day in a sunny spot outdoors after the danger of frost is past.

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