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Scented Geraniums

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  • Distinctive highly scented foliage when squeezed between finger and thumb.
  • Lovely for making pot pourri.
  • Drought tolerant once established.

Do not plant out (without protection) until fear of frost has passed.

Supplied as a plant grown in a 7cm pot (supplied in mixed colours and scents only).

Available from APPROXIMATELY mid May

GBP1 or more £2.95 each
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Description

These were much favoured by the Victorians for their distinctive highly scented foliage when squeezed between finger and thumb.

Perfume of citron, peppermint, sandalwood, orange, and apple are but some of the scents. The leaves were put to use to scent fine linen and of course pot pourri, and also for flavouring in cooking.

The pale pink or white flowers are very pretty too although not so dominant as the large flowered border Geraniums.

These can be grown in the garden, window box, conservatory and window sill.

  • Flower intermittently throughout the year.
  • Grow to approximately 3 - 4 feet (90 - 120 cm) tall but can be kept as small as you wish by regular pruning.
  • Thrive in full sun.
  • Drought tolerant once established.
  • Plant 2½ feet (75 cm) apart.
  • Frost tender - so ensure these are given winter protection.

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