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Three Reasons To Repot Your Container Plants

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There are three obvious reasons to repot a container plant. 1. Your Plant is Sitting Low in the Container. Geraniums plants, for some reason, are especially vulnerable to sinking low into their planters after a few years. The soil erodes,…

6 Comments / 494 View / January 9, 2014

Ivy-leaf Geranium cutting dusted with root hormone and set in a small pot for propagation

Propagating Geraniums: Take Cuttings!

Ivy-leaf Geranium cutting dusted with root hormone and set in a small pot for propagation

Propagating geraniums by taking cuttings is an easy way to multiply your plants and an ideal plant to clone. Once you master the basics of propagating geraniums, no geranium plant will be safe from your garden pruner!   Ivy-leaved Geraniums…

9 Comments / 23590 View / May 31, 2012

Kalanchoe "Flapjack" plant

Propagating Succulents: Kalanchoe luciae ‘Flapjack’

Kalanchoe "Flapjack" plant

The succulent, Kalanchoe luciae "Flapjack" is one of the most dramatic looking  plants I have in my garden. Jade green leaves with dark red wine margins. Mmm, just gorgeous.   It's expensive too! A 5"-inch pot may set you back $8…

57 Comments / 35788 View / September 9, 2009

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