I have a Citronella plant I got it in Florida. I live in New York. It has been growing nicely over the summer but now it seems to have cone like ends on it. Are they seeds? I have up loaded pictures.
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I'm sorry we didn't receive your images.
Yes, the Pelargoniums will produce seeds.
You can harvest the seeds and dry them.
You can sow the seeds in autumn by sprinkling them on a tray of good potting mix. Cover with a fine layer of light sand and mist to moisten.
Keep the tray moist and in a shady location. They should germinate in 2 to 3 weeks.
Propagating by cuttings is also a very easy way to produce more plants.