. . . at least for this year! Pulled out all the plants that had done so well in the hot sunny Traffic Island Garden this summer to save them for next year. This was their second year and I am again following the directions from the Royal Horticultural Society. While Pelargoniums are not wildly expensive, a good-size plant costs upwards of $5 and with five varieties in the garden the money mounts up. If you have Pelargonium varieties you like, try this easy way to over-winter them in a dormant state (Method 3).