Forcing a geranium to rebloom
Last fall I brought in a geranium plant. It has been growing new leaves all winter. Can I cut it back to force it to re-bloom this summer? Thanks in advance!
Submitted by BHGPhotoContest

You don't really have to cut back geraniums to force them to bloom. All you have to do is take off the spent blooms. It sounds as if yours hasn't bloomed inside this winter - it needs a sunny window to do so. Give it a little fertilizer and plant it in an outside container when all chance of frost is past. It should rebloom this year.

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