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This year, I grew common pelargoniums from F1 seed, and they produced

fruit. Is it Worth sowing these, or will the plants be of very inferior type,

or not sprout at all?  Thanks (and merry new year to all...)!


If by fruit you mean those brown long seed heads with wispy feather like growths, then yes you can try and germinate those. Am not sure if F1 Pelagornium seeds are fertile or not - can but do but try.

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