My geranium is getting leggy – any suggestions?

I HAVE A  BEAUTIFUL Geranium giving vivid red colours but it is getting bolshie.

My questions are these, as in Gardeners’ Question Time.

1. Do I throw it away and say your time is past?

2. Do I get rid of all these stupid extra leaves it is making for no reason at all, thus contraventing Darwinism just so I can get more useless but attractive blooms?

3. Do I try to eat it and pretend the leaves are nasturtium leaves?

No answers required. But the Geranium had best stop getting leggy or I will have it!

5 responses to “My geranium is getting leggy – any suggestions?

  1. ” …the thing perhaps is
    to eat flowers and not to be afraid.”

    e e cummings

  2. thomasxstewart

    Uranium plant can be explosive, look at three mile island.

    New idea on Potato, as non nutritional, make rubber potatoes, then eat & fish out of toilet & recook? yes.yes?


  3. Righty-O. What time do you want ME around for salad starters?

    ‘what’s yours is mine and what’s mine is mine’

  4. thomasxstewart

    About mid week O.K. BTW, its Pat Pend C Reg & TM. Now you’ve spokied with inventor of rubber potato. Oh,My.

    On Uranium, its old mainframe cobol compressor program, about 1 mb. when space was precious, uranium could foot bill in space requirements.

    heres point. with 7 going rtm in few days its time to haul compressor out, again; for final go at 7 rtm & what developer wants in desktop retail item.Its compression that gives new computer smooth & liquid metal feel. of course it falls apart much faster,too.

    So get your geranium plants out & start compressing. skip potatos, please.


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