Can i divide my geranium plant to get more smaller geraniums?

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ANSWER #1 of 3

Yup!

Geraniums can be propagated from stem cuttings.

The key to propagation is to keep the cuttings alive and well whilst they re grows the missing parts. In the case of a stem cuttings they needs water to survive whilst the roots form, to achieve this you need to make sure that the compost is kept moist and has a good contact around the base of the cuttings. Insure the cutting are placed in a humid environment such as kitchen shelf. The humidity will stop the cutting drying out and reduce the cuttings need for water. In addition to water the cutting will need a constant temperature around 18-19c to encourage cell division to create new plant parts.

Good luck!


ANSWER #2 of 3

Yes you can. There are over 100 plants that you can divide & plant.

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ANSWER #3 of 3

Yes you can. There are over 100 plants that you can divide & plant.
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