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Re: Geraniums Around the World

Did anyone else get their Geraniums Around the World delivered today?  I
don't usually collect ivies, but I think I'm going to need to get that Valley
Court pictured on the front cover.  

Do plants that you are taking inside to over-winter respond better if you cut
them back before you take them in?  Some of mine are pretty large, and I
won't have room for all of them to come in if they stay at their present
size.  One of our speakers said that it was generally safe to cut your plants
back by 1/3 (either 1/3 of the long stems all the way back to the ground, or
to take the top 1/3 off the entire plant) in one swoop.  

Cynthia Lohry
San Diego, CA

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