Geranium ‘Rozanne’, also known as Jolly Bee, is well-loved for its beautiful saucer-shaped violet-blue flowers with a white center. This geranium flowers from early summer to mid-autumn. It won’t self-seed like other geraniums.
How and when to propagate geranium Rozanne
1. You can easily propagate Geranium ‘Rozanne’ (Jolly Bee) by division. Do this job in spring or in autumn. Dividing in autumn: cut off all the foliage before you divide ‘Rozanne’. Dividing in spring: you can divide ‘Rozanne’ after fresh, new growth appears.
2. Use a spade to dig up the entire clump. Once the clump is out of the soil you will see that ‘Rozanne’ has sturdy roots.
Divided part Sturdy roots of Geranium ‘Rozanne’
3. Split the clump in half with a spade. Or cut the clump into smaller pieces with a sturdy knife.
4. Replant the divided pieces into the soil. Plant the pieces 30-40 cm apart. Water the plants well when you have finished planting.