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Maverick seeds

Geranium Seeds – Maverick Series

91 ” 105 days. Maverick Series geranium seeds are an adorable, compact, and vibrant addition to grow in any home or garden. Maverick Series seeds grow hardy 12 ” 18″ bushy geranium mounds tidy enough for indoor gardening, yet robust enough to keep outside during the long summer months. Maverick Series geranium seeds promise dazzling 4 ” 6″ lush blooming clusters atop robust stalks certain to excite any garden, fresh cut arrangement, or bouquet. Maverick Series geraniums are durable and easy to grow from seed, ideal for indoor containers and pots or for a charming border around the flower bed or walkway. 100 seeds.

Growing Maverick Series Geranium Garden Seeds

Maverick Series geranium seeds can be sown directly after the frost but, for earliest spring blooming, begin indoors 8 ” 10 weeks prior. Geraniums can be quick to germinate between 5 ” 7 days without any need of light. Geraniums are just as popular indoors as they are out and many gardeners will transplant the seedlings into moveable pots to store the plants away for winter. Plant 2 ” 3 Maverick Series geranium seeds ¼” deep and 15″ apart in organically rich, medium moist, and well-drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Maverick Series geraniums are known to perform in poor soils and gardens prone to heat and drought. Deadhead plants into the summer to promote further blooming. Avoid overwatering because plants are susceptible to mold, root rot, and leaf spots if not properly drained or ventilated. Watch for caterpillars on outdoors plants and aphids and whiteflies on indoor ones. Maverick Series seeds mature in 91 ” 105 days as 12 ” 18″ tall mounding uprights with a 15″ spread and enormous 4 ” 6″ clusters of classic geranium blooms.

Pelargonium x hortorum is member of the family Geraniaceae and is mistakenly given the common name ““geranium” in North America though not actually being a geranium at all. There is some division among American horticulturalists and hobbyists as to whether or not to refer to the plant by what it looks like (““geranium”) or by its true taxonomical name (““pelargonium”). Pelargonium was first cultivated in the 16th century near South Africa and has thrived as a purely ornamental variety with countless societies dedicated to its cultivation.

Maverick Hemp Seed

Grower Traits
Maverick is a Day Length Neutral Variety. It’s sturdy bushy growth habit allows Maverick to endure the challenges of the growing season. Most of its energy is focused on flowering which lends to a greater bud to leaf ratio and heavier harvests. Scroll over images above to see Slotting Calendars

Consumer Traits

The dense trichomes and dominant sweet, skunky aroma cause Maverick to standout in the field and on the shelf, leaving consumers amazed by its appearance and pungent fragrance

Day Length Neutral Variety

  • Known as “autoflower” varieties
  • Flowering time is independent of day length
  • Allows for succession harvests throughout the year
  • Improves processing, storage, labor, transportation, and sales logistics
  • Shorter time in the field means less time for pests and diseases to set in
  • Susceptible to extreme transplant shock without proper care
  • Great for growers that plan to direct sow

Why Choose Feminized Seeds

  • Male plants waste valuable space because they produce negligible amounts of CBD.
  • Male plants spread pollen which reduces CBD yields in surrounding female plants.
  • Quality feminized seed reduces male presence in fields by 49.9%.
  • Cuts labor costs by reducing the need for roguing males.
  • Not spreading pollen to nearby cannabis/hemp operations makes you a good neighbor.

Technical Data


CBD Content 10-14%

THC Content 0.27-0.4%

Terpene Profile: Myrcene, Pinene & Beta Caryophyllene

Photoperiodism: Day Length Neutral

Days to Maturity: 85-90 Days

Suggested Planting Density: 11,000-17,000 Plants per acre

Orange Maverick, Geranium Seeds

The Orange Maverick Geranium is a more vigorous, hybrid plant that produces bigger 5-6″ flower heads that are a stunning orange color! This variety is the best Geranium to grow from seed in 4-6″ containers. It’s is excellent for high density growing and takes 13 weeks to be ready from seed. The Maverick’s garden performance is superior to other varieties, with well-branched plants, 16 to 18″ tall.

Product Details







10 seeds






Growing Instructions

Learning Download: How to Grow Geraniums

Geraniums are some of the most popular flowers to grow. The flowers are easy to start from seed and grow well in containers. Geraniums are also a popular choice for hanging pots.

Before Planting: The seeds have a tough outer shell, so it aids in germination to soak them before sowing. Spread the seeds over one half of a dampened paper towel and fold the paper towel in half. Put the towel-soaked seeds in a plastic bag for 24 hours prior to planting.

Planting: Once Geraniums have three sets of leaves, transplant them outdoors if the last frost date has passed.

Watering: Allow soil to go completely dry between watering.

Fertilizer: Once the Geraniums have three true sets of leaves, continue to fertilize with a water-soluble fertilizer but change it to full strength.

Days to Maturity: Geraniums will take up to 16 weeks to bloom after planting them from seed.

Harvesting: Using a knife, cut the stem four inches below its tip. Remove the buds and most of the leaves. Roll the cutting in a newspaper and store in a cool, dark place for 24 hours. After, push the end of the stem into moist soil and store in a shady spot for two days. Then, give the cutting indirect light.

Tips: During the winter, Geraniums can be moved indoors if kept in a sunny area.

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The mechanical transfer of genetic material outside of natural reproductive methods and between genera, families or kingdoms, poses great biological risks as well as economic, political, and cultural threats. We feel that genetically engineered varieties have been insufficiently tested prior to public release. More research and testing is necessary to further assess the potential risks of genetically engineered seeds. Further, we wish to support agricultural progress that leads to healthier soils, to genetically diverse agricultural ecosystems, and ultimately to healthy people and communities.