It is time to wake up your overwintered Pelargoniums, so they can begin to grow and be ready to flower again for you this summer.
Your plants need to be brought out of their hibernation and into the light.
They will look very sorry for themselves; the compost will be grey and will have shrunk away from the sides of the pot. Very gently you need to rehydrate the compost this will take a little time as you need to do it gently, so little and often is best.
At this point they still need to be kept frost free but will need light so they can begin to grow, so a greenhouse, conservatory or windowsill are ideal places for them now.
If possible repot your plants with fresh compost to give the roots a new lease of life.
Slowly you will begin to see new growth coming from the points where you cut them back. They need to be kept in a frost free environment until the summer and gently watered.
You will find your overwintered plants will put on new growth quickly as they already have a good roots system in place to support them.
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