How do I root cuttings from old plant?
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I love these plants! Very good to keep around. It can be easy to take cuttings from this interesting variety of geranium. Personally, I use a mixture of warm water, honey, and an aspirin tablet. After you take the cutting at about 3 nodes down from the tip of the plant, put them into some light soil, and water in with this mixture. Cover with plastic, or a dome, and put these in a warm dimly lit environment. And keep the soil moist. Not wet, or dry but in between. Check after a week, and transplant. Here is a link that will be helpful: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/herbs/scented-geranium/rooting-pelargonium-cuttings.htm