Older Pelargonium plants in another greenhouse. All these have been stopped a few weeks ago and the size will soon increase when the plants start to produce new growth.
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Wow I love your plants ,beautiful ,I wish I could grow them that well in Australia
Hi Jacqueline, I do not cover the box as the cuttings will rot off in too much humidity. I only water them once they are nearly dry as not to overwater. Ken
Hi Ken. Thanks for the info. I would like to know, do you cover the box? How often do you ‘bottom’ water the cuttings?