This shrubby (main stem is woody at the base, while the side branches are herbaceous) geranium has a dense rounded form to 3-5 feet tall and as wide with dull green 2 1/2 inch long heart-shaped leaves.
Dampen several paper towels. Spread seeds over half the surface, and fold other half over top. Put damp folded paper towels and seeds into a plastic zip-lock bag to keep moist. After 24 hours, the seeds should have started to germinate.
When you notice green sprouts, open the plastic cover to allow air circulation, but don’t remove it entirely. Make sure your seedlings have good light. Once two true leaves appear(the first leaves are seed leaves), remove covers. Let them grow a week or two before transplanting seedlings into individual pots.