Geranium Plants

Geranium Seeds

DebbieB57 added on July 15, 2015 | Answered

How do I recognize when geranium goes into seed production? When do I collect them? Thanks, Debbie

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Answered on July 16, 2015

If the geranium flower began to form pods these can be collected.

Gather the pods before they burst open.
Dry the pods completely and store in a sealed dark container in a cool area.
Sow the seeds in February for a the same years as they are slow growing. 13 to 15 weeks to flower after sprouting.

Remember if the plant is a hybrid the seeds may be sterile and would most likely not be true to the parent plant.

Cuttings are the recommended method of propagation for Geraniums.

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