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Re: Geraniums Around the World

Hack away to your heart's content Cynthia.
Geraniaceae is all around the world
mail to:SCRIVENS@bigpond.com
-----Original Message-----
From: Cynthia S. Lohry <Hedgehug@AOL.COM>
Date: Wednesday, December 27, 2000 1:56 PM
Subject: Re: Geraniums Around the World

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>Do plants that you are taking inside to over-winter respond better if you
>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
>back by 1/3 (either 1/3 of the long stems all the way back to the ground,
>to take the top 1/3 off the entire plant) in one swoop.

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