What Do Geranium Seeds Look Like

Is there such a thing as a yellow geranium?

A yellow geranium is something of a rare find! Geranium 'First Yellow Improved' is now stronger and more vigorous with brighter yellow blooms than ever before. Plant this unique zonal geranium in beds, borders and patio containers and enjoy an abundance of flowers all summer until the first frosts.

What is a cutting geranium?

Cutting geraniums are also referred to as zonal geraniums. This type of geranium is propagated through cutting, resulting in a larger plant that is more of a focal point than a fill-in plant. They are characterized by a round head of flowers on a single stem.

How long does it take to grow a geranium from seed?

Geraniums are relatively easy to grow from seeds. However, geranium seedlings are slow growing. Geranium seeds should be sown in early to mid-February to produce flowering plants for spring. Flowering occurs approximately 13 to 15 weeks after sowing.

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