Dying geramiums due to too much rain

by Susan
Can I bring back my geraniums that are dying due to too much rain. All the flowers are gone, just a few leaves.
  5 answers
  • Carrie Cervantes Carrie Cervantes on Jun 29, 2015
    Dump out the water that collects in the bottom dish and "dead-head" the flowers that are done. Your geranium should continue to bloom all summer long.
  • Paula Lawrason Paula Lawrason on Jun 29, 2015
    Miracle grow! Remove all dead leaves and let it dry out some. But first water with miracle grow fertilizer.
  • Pamela Pamela on Jun 29, 2015
    If the pot you have them in does not have any drainage holes, you can gently lay the pot over on its side so the water can drain out. Sit them in the sun and don't water until they dry out and then maybe feed them with the miracle grow. You could also drill some holes into the bottom of the pot if does not have drainage. You must allow some way for the water to escape or the plants will surely die. All the best to you!
  • WANDA WANDA on Jun 29, 2015
    let it dry out, geraniums do not like there leaves wet, just pick off dead stuff & keep it out of direct sun.
  • Lia Lia on Jun 29, 2015
    Geraniums are easy to start from cuttings and leaves you might want to pick up a book at the library to get all the details to successfully propagate new plants from cuttings.