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winter dormant pelargoniums

Now that my plant is growing it would explain why it hasnt done well over
the last year or so. Not knowing very much I tried to get it growing in the
summer in the greenhouse when it should have been dormant. About a week ago
I brought my plants inside because the temperture fell well below freezing.
It along with all my other plants are now in a sun room with a heater set to
+10C. My two pulverulentums have both produced about 4 new leaves each.

re my plants that should be going dormant by now do I stop watering
altogether until the spring?

I also now own the book.

thanks for the information


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