Plant Your Own Rose Geranium!Not sure what to do with the rose geranium (and you already have a lovely jar full of scented sugar)? Try planting your own so you can have the fragrant, musky plant in your home all the time! Take a branch of the rose geranium from your bunch, snip off the end, and place in a glass (clear glass is great so you can see it) of clean (filtered!) water. Leave overnight. The next day, prepare potting soil and an appropriately-sized pot (or prepare the soil outside in your yard). Plant the cutting and water in. Continue to water consistently (taking care not to OVER-water) while plant grows. Keep in sun. You can also sprout some roots out of the soil first, just to see which works best for you. In that case, keep the cutting in the water glass until you see roots form. Make sure to change the water daily and keep it clean! Otherwise, your plant will rot. You can also simply leave a vase of the rose geranium out until it fades, to scent your room.