I took my lemon scented pelargonium indoors for the winter. It's in the coldest room and I am keeping the compost 'just' moist - I'm hoping that's right - if not what is the correct procedure?
When I brought it in - I removed the last of the flowers and trimmed it back a bit. I put the stems I cut of into a couple of glasses of water and put them on the kitchen windowsill and hoped for the best.
Most of these now have a sort of cotton wool like root system - at what point do I pot them on? How long will they be able to stay in the water. I have nowhere really to keep cuttings going over winter and to be honest - I really didn't expect them to root.
Thanks in advance.
- 24 Nov, 2012