On occasion, I have just let the geraniums sit there until they stop
flowering (I cut back watering them but protect them from freezing).
Then I take them out of the pot, shake off the dirt, and hang them u
dry in the basement. In the spring I just plant them in new growing
medium and water them and they come back. Or I cut them up and make a
few more. I don't do this every year, but it has worked whenever I've
what i have done a lot of times is just dig the plants up leave th
dirt on and put them in a boxes or dig them up put them in pots an
then just stick them down in the cool basement.
i do not water them but just leave them sitting in the box or pots.
come about february sometime i bring them up out of the basement an
cut them right off to about a 1/2 inch in length, then i put them in
bright sunny window, start to water them and by may 24 weekend they ar
ready to be planted outside.
u can also wait for the geranium to grow some so that u can do extr
cuttings. how i do mine is i get a really good potting soil mix, tak
some rooting compound and start my plants right in the soil.
hope this helps some. sockiescat