Scented Geraniums

/Scented Geraniums
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    Related to True Rose Capitatum the Pink Capitatum Scented Geranium has the rose scent this specie is known for, but is more compact Only growing to a foot at most this pelargonium works well at the edge of the garden or in pots. It's pink flowers fade to white at the throats and bright pink stippling on the upper petals give it quite an ethereal look, especially when combined with the rounded, frilly gray-green leaves. Perfect in the garden or as a houseplant!

  • Related to True Rose Capitatum the Pink Capitatum Scented Geranium has the rose scent this specie is known for, but is more compact Only growing to a foot at most this pelargonium works well at the edge of the garden or in pots. It's pink flowers fade to white at the throats and bright pink stippling on the upper petals give it quite an ethereal look, especially when combined with the rounded, frilly gray-green leaves. Perfect in the garden or as a houseplant!

  • A cultivar of the P. graveolens, the Lemon Rose Scented Geranium smells strongly of both lemon and rose.And while it does have small pink flowers with purple stippling, it is the distinctive try-lobed, gray-green leaves with scalloped margins that sets this pelargonium apart. This is a plant that can grow and spread to three feet if you allow it space, but if pruned it's much more manageable and can even be planted in a container. The more your prune, the more branching you get!

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    Another citrus scent, the Angel's Perfume Scented Geranium smells of lemon and because of its compact habit makes an excellent container or border plant. It has small, bright green ruffled leaves and striking deep purple petunia-like flowers with the bottom three petals edged in white. 

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    The Charity Scented Geranium is unique not because of its scent, but for its green two-toned leaves. The variegation is such that there is a darker green splotch in the center of each leaf with a lighter, lime-green edge. It has pale lavender flowers and mauve stippling that contrast nicely with the bicolor leaves. 

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    Coconut Scented Geranium Pelargonium Coconut Scented Geranium Pelargonium

    The Coconut Scented Geranium distinguishes itself by its reddish stems and small green to red rounded leaves. Its small pink to deep purple flowers bloom more profusely than other varieties of scented pelargoniums, and it is also known to self-sow readily (doesn't get much better than that!). This scented is low-growing with a somewhat trailing habit that makes it an ideal ground cover.

    Additionally this scented pelargonium is stunning in hanging baskets, containers and window boxes .

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    The easiest way to know if you have the Pretty Polly Scented Geranium is to smell it, if it has a nutty, almond scent you know you have the right one! This pungent pelargonium has showy pink flowers with white throats and burgundy stippling on its upper petals. Medium-sized leaves also make a splash with its ruffled appearance and toothed edges. It has a bushy habit and will fill out a clay pot just as well as a garden bed!

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    Each stem of the Lime Scented Geranium is covered with whorled dark green, stiff leaves blooms with a pale pinkish-lavender flower and darker stippling. Sometimes this pelargonium can be confused with Pink Champagne because it too has a strong lime fragrance, but it lacks the upright form and rigid leaves. This plant makes an impressive container or topiary specimen with the added bonus of its delicious lime scent!

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    Named because in the Victorian age people used to place leaves of the Fingerbowl Lemon  Scented Geranium in warm water in a bowl to clean their fingers after a meals. This pelargonium has a strong lemon scent and a stiff, upright, compact habit. Its insignificant pale pink flowers and white throats top off long stalks full of tiny, tight, crinkled leaves. These pelargoniums are especially good container and topiary specimens.

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    Chocolate Mint Scented Geranium Pelargonium Chocolate Mint Scented Geranium Pelargonium

    Known by the large, softly lobed leaf with brown splotch in the center the Chocolate Mint Scented Geranium is a hybrid bred between 'Peppermint' and 'Giant Oak'. The Chocolate in its name refers to the brown color on the leaf rather than its scent, which is more pungent than mint. 

    This pelargonium looks beautiful and is an excellent foliage filler for cut flowers and arrangements. 

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    The Peppermint Rose Scented Geranium has a delectable minty-rose scent that just draws you in. It has deeply dissected gray-green leaves and delicate, airy pale pink flowers and dark plum veining. Related to old fashioned rose this pelargonium makes a statement in any garden or home. 

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    Mimosa Scented Geranium, AKA Sweet Miriam has large lobed green leaves and a pleasant sweet, floral rose scent. Clusters of large pink flowers with mauve stippling on upper petals when in bloom. This scented pelargonium is upright with a large sprawling plant that needs room. Love its beautiful foliage in flower arrangements and bouquets!