Geraniums are annuals. Or are they? If you love your geraniums and go to the trouble of planting them every year, you’ll be glad to know that you don’t necessarily need to do that. By taking some simple steps, you can actually keep your geraniums over the winter, basically turning them into a perennial. How cool is that? Let’s take a look at how you can do it.
1. Dig ’em Up
Your geraniums won’t survive the winter if you leave them in the ground. What you need to do is dig them up and replant them into flower pots. Store these pots in your garage or basement for the winter, where it’ll be warmer. When replanting, trim the geraniums back by around 1/3.