Growing Pentas From Seed - Knowledgebase Question

Suwanee, GA
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Question by dsbja
November 11, 1997
I have Pentas (star flower) that I bought as young plants
but I would like to grow them from seeds. Can I? Where can I get seeds?

Answer from NGA
November 11, 1997
Pentas are usually propagated from cuttings, since cuttings root so easily, but you can start them from seed. Sow them in moist seed-starting medium and maintain warm temperatures (the top of your refrigerator provides great root-zone heating). Germination takes 3-4 weeks. Here's a source for pentas, but I'm not sure if they offer seeds or just plants:

Far North Gardens, 16785 Harrison, Livonia, MI 48154;
ph# 810/486-4203.

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