Every fall, I bring in one pot of each geranium variety I had in the garden that summer. I simply give each one a bath, trim them back to fit on my plant stand and settle them in for a winter's rest. I water them enough to survive in the dry house air, and I take cutting off them in early fall when they're still growing to try and start more plants. As winter progresses, I usually lose some of the geraniums. This winter, I only got a couple of cuttings to root but I kept all three of the mother plants alive! One is a purple and white Martha Washington geranium, one is a fuschia ivy geranium and one is a classic white geranium. They want to go outside...not yet!