Spring is here (finally…maybe) and Mr. H. finally lugged our over-wintered geraniums out of storage.
I wasn’t entirely sure they were going to make it.
While our lovely neighbors over-wintered at their home in Florida (and the rest of us lost all our foliage), my geraniums enjoyed the hospitality of their basement. The conditions (for a geranium) were perfect, and we brought them out into the light a couple of weeks ago. When you over-winter, the first thing you have to do (after you bring them out into the warm sun) is get rid of the dead, unused and unusable foliage.
Finally, we have had warm weather. No more frosty nights (keep your fingers crossed) and my geraniums are starting to come to life with some new growth.
Since we finally had nice weather (two days of over 70 degrees constitutes “nice weather” around here), Mr. H. and I got busy with the rest of our gardens.
With that garden planted, I have a few other gardening tasks