Common Name: Geranium – Rose
Latin Name: Pelargonium ‘Graveolens’
Description: Vigorous, upright shrub with rose-scented leaves and pale pink flowers forming in summer. Perennial. 120cm
Harvesting: Leaves can be harvested at any time.
Best Results: Cut down by two thirds every year. Grow in full sun for best perfume.
Uses: Use leaves fresh in fruit drinks and desserts or dried in potpourris. Plant along pathways to enjoy the perfume.
Companion: Leaves have mild insect-repelling properties.