How to Make a New Plant :: Little Baby Geraniums

I asked professional grower/gardener/landscaper Donna Dixson to write about "why she loves what she does" ... and she offered the post, "How to Make a New Plant."
In it, she says - "creating a brand new little plant is almost as rewarding as birthing a baby, and ... not nearly as painful." She provides step by step instructions for how to take a geranium and make a bunch of babies out it.
Read on to see more, thanks! ~jb
overgrown scented geranium
cut on an angle below the node
a small visitor inspects the babies
use rooting hormone to promote root growth
a baby geranium planted in a soil medium
a new baby geranium with first signs of root growth

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  • Patricia Clark Patricia Clark on Jun 17, 2015
    Rooting hormone is a powder that you can put on cuttings to help them root. It can be purchased in places like Home Depot, Lowe's or just about any nursery or plant seller.

  • Liam Crowe Liam Crowe on Jul 14, 2020

    Have got my rooting powder today.Will let you know how I go!

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