My rose-scented geraniums are doing very well, ticking over under lights for the winter. In fact, they are doing a bit too well and have set a lot of leafy growth. It's never a good idea to let a ticking-over plant get too vigorous when there's still weeks and weeks ahead before they can be put outdoors for the summer, so it's time to take a whole lot of cuttings.
The wonderful thing about taking cuttings is that you can propagate additional plants. Too many for your porch? Oh what a dreadful problem. I guess you'll have to pass them along to friends...horrors.
Propagating is very easy (and scented geraniums love to grow, so they are really easy to get to "take" on new roots. All you need are a few simple items: