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We have moved to Pakuranga and have inherited a long wall of cascading Ivy Leaf Geraniums. It is an open block wall about 12 feet high, the clay soil is very dry but the display is wonderful. It is only a short distance from the sea and very exposed in Northerly winds. I do not de-head the flowers as it is too difficult. My challenge is when to prune the Geraniums, if at all. If they are to be pruned, how much should I take off? I believe the plants are about 3-4 years old. If I am to prune, does it need to be done every year to get great flowers? Thank you.

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Hi Ruth thanks for your question. They are magnificent bloomers and will perform well untouched. If you were to prune to shape or height so so in Autumn when the blooms are mostly finished.

Happy gardening

Maria Palmers national garden consultant

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