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Are Geraniums Cold Hardy?

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Are Geraniums Cold Hardy?

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True geraniums are perennial flowers, which means they grow back year after year. These varieties are very cold hardy. They grow well in USDA hardiness zones 4 through 9, which covers most of the United States. Annual varieties are not true geraniums and are not considered cold hardy.

Keywords: geraniums, cold hardiness, USDA hardiness zones

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