Taking pelargonium cuttings

Bursting with colour and scent, pelargoniums are marvellous summer flowers. Find out how to make new plants from cuttings, in this step by step No Fuss Guide.

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Hugely popular and with good reason, colourful pelargoniums are one of the easiest plants to propagate. In this video No Fuss Guide, Rosie Yeomans takes you through the simple process of taking pelargonium cuttings in summer. You can expect them to root quickly, and your efforts will be rewarded with masses of summer scent and colour. 

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