The Q&A Archives: Propagation Of Ivy Geranium

Question: I have had great luck with growing ivy geraniums. Is there a way to propagate ivy geraniums?

Answer: Ivy geraniums are easily propagated by stem cuttings. Simply cut a 4"-6" stem tip, strip all but the top two leaves, dip the cut end in rooting hormone and plant in moistened potting soil, making sure that at least one set of nodes (bud scar) is buried in the soil. Sometimes ivy cutting will root in a container of plain water. Try both methods and see which works best for you!

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