Scottish Daily Mail
I BOUGHT pelargoniums and noticed some flowers produced seed heads. I saved them and wonder if these are worth setting?
Mr G. Hammond. THE seeds are worth keeping. If you have a propagator, you can sow them as early as January. If not, wait until March. Sow seeds onto potting compost in a small pot. Cover with a thin layer of compost, water with care and keep it warm and moist. The seeds should germinate in a week or so. Prick seedlings out when large enough to handle. Plant in 7cm pots or a cell tray and keep them frost free, in good light. Flowering will begin from early summer.