Pot pelargoniums from the garden
Pelargoniums are such reliable bedding plants, offering months of summer colour, but they’re not hardy, so now we’re coming to the end of the growing season you can pot them up and bring them indoors. Overwinter them frost free and you can enjoy their colourful display again next year. Dig up the plants with a trowel, taking care not to damage the roots, and place them into a pot of potting compost. Cut off any dead flowers or yellowing leaves and trim the plants back by about one third. Keep them at 7-10C (45-50F) and your pelargoniums may continue flowering for several more weeks or even months.