Planting Depth For Geraniums

cprintMay 11, 2009

I planted some (Paint Box Mix) Geraniums from seed. They have grown well indoors. They have been hardened off and I'm ready to plant them. they are quite large and I'm concerned about them taking a beating from wind and weather. Can I strip away some of the lower leaves and plant them a little deeper or not? Any other suggestions would be great! Thanks!

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I planted some (Paint Box Mix) Geraniums from seed. They have grown well indoors. They have been hardened off and I'm ready to plant them. they are quite large and I was wondering if I could simply cut them back before I plant them? Any other suggestions would be great! Thanks!

    Bookmark   May 11, 2009 at 2:31PM
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