My geraniums were so pretty this summer. Is there a way I can keep them alive over the winter to replant in the spring?

Answered by Betsy Holmes, Master Gardener Geraniums (Pelargonium spp.) are native to South Africa and are grown as annuals in most parts of the United States, but they are actually tender perennials. The four common types of geraniums are scented-leaf, ivy-leaf, Martha Washington, and zonal (Pelargonium x hortorum).  Zonal are the most common geraniums sold…

How were the Menan Buttes formed?

Question answered by Dan Moore, Ph.D., Professor of Geology, BYU- Idaho The Menan Buttes are tuff cones, a type of volcano that forms when hot, basaltic magma interacts with water near Earth’s surface. Basaltic magma, produced in Earth’s mantle, travels towards the surface through magma-filled cracks called dikes. As the magma in a dike nears the surface,…