I have 3 containers of Geraniums (Pelargoniums) from last year (and the year before!) which have survived the Winter.
They look a bit rough but still have some flowers on two of them. The leaves in one pot is riddled with holes from caterpillars. The plants flowered well last Summer - having survived from the year before. What is the best way of reviving them and also killing the pests without damaging the plants? Should I cut them back?
I also have some Fuschias in a similar condition (two are in my raised bed and two in pots - no caterpillars on these. I think some are hardy - the ones in pots aren't.)
Thanks for any suggestions.