This is a guide about growing geraniums from cuttings. Geraniums are one of the easiest plants to start from cuttings. If you live in a colder area you can take cuttings to overwinter and have a good start on your spring garden.
Do you love zonal Geraniums (pelargoniums), then stop in and see how I get a ton from just one plant, propagating geraniums is easy enough for the beginner gardening and fun to do with the kids. Grow more of what you love today!
I’m bringing you along on a horticultural adventure. I need more plants (I have a big garden) — more than I can afford. Free plants, how can anyone turn that down? I am going to try propagating from some of the garden favorites that I already have. Have you done this? It is all new to me, but I have known many a successful gardener that did it… so I am jumping in.Here are some reasons to try propagating:1. You need/want (is there a difference?) more plants. 2.
When geraniums become stringy and misshapen, they need pruned. The stems will contain leaves that exist on the tips, and the dead shoots and leaves will make the geranium unsightly. Pruning geraniums allows them to grow into healthy flowers; it also encourages new growth after the winter season passes.