I am hoping that I am not too late to consider this, but …. I’m looking for your collective opinion. It is now April 20th, and our frost free date is June 1st. I have over 100 geranium ( pelargonium ) which are potted up and blooming under florescent lamps.
Many of the plants are in full bloom, but are getting too “leggy” due to the artificial light. I am thinking that I should be cutting them back to about 4 inches in height.
My question is, is it too late to do so?
Where would be the best place to make the cut? Above a leaf node?
Is it too late to start more cuttings with what I cut off? I am really kind of cramped for space, as I have about a hundred dahlias coming along now, and a few hundred annual seedlings as well.
-- jroot ....... Southern Ontario .......... grow zone 5A ...................."Gardening is an exercise in optimism." ....... . . Author Unknown