Is it too late to take cuttings of osteospermum and pelargonium?
I have a few osteospermum and pelargonium plants which I would like to take cuttings of. I do not have a greenhouse, but I can keep them in the warm windowsill indoors. Is it too late to take cuttings? TIA.
west central Scotland
You can do pelargoniums any time really.
There are different types of Osteospermum, so it may depend on the variety. I don't grow them. I'd have thought spring or later summer would be better if it's the half hardy type.
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