Plantlets on flowering stalk

tired_of_digging(z10)May 25, 2013

The "Vancouver Centennial" pelargonium often grows small leaves at the base of the flower cluster, right at the tip of the flowering stalk. Do they grow into plantlets which I can take and root? They look very small for the time being and I don't know how long do I have to wait, if that is the case.

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