Kalanchoe from Seeds

davemichigan(zone 6a (SE Michigan))January 10, 2011

A while ago I brushed the flowers of my kalachoe plants with a soft brush to pollinate them. Now I think I got some seed pods.

I am wondering if anyone has started kalanchoe from seeds. Is this a plant that will bloom in a year from seed? Or is this one of the kinds that will take several years?

Thanks in advance.

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IF the seed is viable then you be able to propagate this plant from seed.
do not cover the seed as light required for germination. soil temperature for germination 70-75F & takes 7-30 days to germinate. Growing on temperature 60F & takes 4-8 weeksfrom germination to be large enough to transplant.

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