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Re: cuttings

>> If you are overwintering P.peltatum ('trailing geraniums') it is wise to=
>>  prune them down to stubs and let them grow new stems/leaves as the
>>  advances.  They will look and bloom better.  Pelargoniums are highly=
>>  light-sensitive, and some species even more so than others.
>I think though, I might cut them down a bit and use the cuttings to start
>new plants.
Karen I would wait until the plant starts putting out new shoots or leaves.  This time of year is not the best to root cuttings.


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