What is the best way to make cuttings from an overgrown geranium?
Asked by peggylou (1127) February 11th, 2007
I have a geranium that was my mother's before she died. It's really important to me. But it has gotten so gangly that I would like to cut it back before I repot it, and use the cuttings to start new plants. But I don't know at which point on the plant would be the safest for the original plant and also the best place to cut off the cuttings. Where on the old plant is the best place to cut?
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