Moose Eating Geranium?

 

Do moose eat geraniums? I hope not! I really just wanted to show you how
nicely they are doing now that I’ve brought them inside to winter.
     I know some of you other gals have brought your geraniums in also. How are yours faring?
     It’s still rainy here. 42 degrees right now. The wood stove is blazing and I’m cozying in!
What are you up to today?
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26 thoughts on “Moose Eating Geranium?

  1. I have a big geranium that is about 4 or 5 years old. I brought it in that first winter and it did well so I have put it out and brought it in every year since.It's till outside at the moment, but I will probably bring it in this week.I don't put it right where we sit though, because geraniums don't really have a pleasant scent.Yours looks nice!~cathy

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  2. They took well to the move. I have tried to move mums in with no success:( The rain is supposed to start here today and be pretty miserable for quite some time. I took care of everything on my porches this morning that couldn't take the winter weather.I think snow is right around the corner.

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  3. I'm cleaning up a vintage stove top and baking cookies. I'm glad to see your geranium looking so spunky. Mine got put back outside once the weather moderated. I'll bring it in and cut it back when it gets colder again.

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  4. Wow 42 degrees? How nice to be all snuggled in though. It is going to be 90 today, I am in shorts and a short sleeve shirt and my windows and doors are open. You flowers looks so pretty. I thought maybe a real moose came and ate your geraniums. Aren't they mean? Moose not geraniums. 🙂 I am glad it wasn't a real one. One of my friends lived in Alaska and a moose would wait and chase the kids to school each day. Have a fun day in your warm house. I am looking forward to those days in…January. 🙂

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  5. Your geraniums are doing great! We didn't bring any plants indoors this year. The frost got to my rosemary; that was one of the herbs that I wanted to save.We are having a beautiful Indian summer day! It's a good thing too… we still have a lot of preparations to do before winter sets in.

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  6. Oh I would love to “have” to move our geraniums in, but it just isn't necessary here. A cozy rainy day sounds wonderful. We are in the mid 70's here. Beautiful really, so I am not complaining. I love where you have your geranium, and your moose! haha….Have a good day!

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  7. We're having cooler temps…No geraniums here. I gave up growing anything this year due to the drought and the grasshoppers (eating everything) but…I am wanting to bring something inside for the fall. Need some color and freshness. We haven't had to bring firewood in yet, either. But can't wait to fire up the stove! Your geraniums are pretty, Pat

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  8. The geraniums are beautiful. So red! I am bushed from spending the day with 20 eight year olds. I need a good solid vacation. The weather is cooler here. I'd love to start a fire and cozy up as well!

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  9. Your flowers look great inside. And I love the container you have them in. We still have ours outside but there is a danger of our firts frost this weekend. Mr. P. always pulls ours up, leaving the dirt on the roots and puts them in brown paper sacks and sticks them under the house. In the spring, he plants them and they come back great. Your weather today is my kind of day. Hoping for one like that on Thursday. I love the first fire in the fireplace. Have a cozy evening.Angela

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  10. The moose is so cute and your geraniums look beautiful. I have one geranium left which is in with another plant. I need to get it repotted because it is getting too much water to bloom. Most of the plants (including the geranium) were moved in about 3 weeks ago. The furnace has been kicking on tonight. Feels good. (Oh, I so miss the wood burning stove.)

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  11. Awwwwwwwwwww… So cute.I don't even try to bring any flowers in. But best of luck to you, and this project. :-)Rain due here today, also. Upper NE.Gentle hugs,“October, here’s to you. Here’s to the heady aroma of the frost-kissed apples, the wine-y spell of ripened grapes, the wild-as-the-wind smell of hickory nuts and the nostalgic whiff of that first wood smoke.” ~ Ken Weber

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  12. I stood and debated about over wintering my geraniums and it felt so terrible to tear them out while they were still so beautiful. I just didn't have any window space to put them. .so they came out and went and sat in a heap. .so sad.I hope to finish the little coats I'm working on and then the kids will come for supper.

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  13. I planted geraniums in my wooden moose planter outside! I am getting ready to bring my geraniums inside (I have to transplant the one in the moose planter as the planter is too big to have indoors!).

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  14. Oh I've had fun browsing your blog! I especially love this red geranium in the cooper container on the windowsill. I'm so very much going to copy this idea! Is it safe to assume there are no drainage holes? Just gravel on the bottom? Thanks for stopping by and yes, you are correct: we're two peas in a pod. . . . one Northern and one Southern! 😉

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