Tanya Anderson of Lovely Greens is taking a brief vacation. During this time she has had a number of bloggers “guest posting” for her. This was a great opportunity for me, since Tanya has a lot of followers as she writes about her life on the Isle of Man, an island in the Irish Sea located between England and Ireland. Tanya writes about gardening, DIY projects, sustainable living, beekeeping, and her line of hand made skin products.
My article for her blog was on propagating Scented Geraniums.
The cuttings I took for her post a few weeks ago have now rooted and taken on new leaves. A few of the cuttings did not take, and that’s normal. That’s why I always take more than I expect to root. This is how they look now. These will be repotted and stay on a sunny window in my office until next spring.
Please visit Tanya’s Blog, Lovely Greens and read my post on Propagating Scented Geraniums, to see exactly how to do this. I’m sure you will enjoy reading all her other post too.
I want to thank Pat Stewart of Down to Earth for this picture. I purchased my scented geraniums as well as all of my herbs from Pat. If you are interested in obtaining your own scented geraniums contact Pat @ firstname.lastname@example.org