How To Propagate Geraniums From Stem Cuttings

Geraniums are a wonderful old fashioned flower and today you will learn a special technique to propagate your own at home.

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Geraniums are truly beautiful flowers that can brighten your home and garden instantly. They are native to South Africa and made their way to Europe in the 17th Century.

They have been extremely popular ever since. Today we are going to show you how to propagate Geraniums from stem cuttings. If you loved our post that shared how to multiply roses from cuttings or our top 10 easiest flowers to grow, this is another gardening technique you will be keen to know.

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How To Care For Geraniums

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Geraniums are mostly low maintenance. They benefit greatly from regular deadheading and fertilizing. The real trick to growing gorgeous geraniums is getting the temperature right.

Whilst they prefer warmer conditions, they can survive temperatures as low as 40-50 fahrenheit which is 4-10 degrees celcius.  Their preferred temperature is in the 65-85 degrees fahrenheit range (18-30 celcius).

How To Propagate Geraniums From Stem Cuttings Video

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Are you ready to learn how to create an endless supply of Geraniums? Our favorite gardener, Shirley Bovshow is here to step us through the process and you won’t believe how easy it is. To see her in action, press Play above now ^

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