Have the best of two worlds. These flowers are azalea-like in form, reminiscent of the Regal or Martha Washington Geraniums, yet have the fragrance of a Scented Geranium. Petals are deep pink fading to a more fragile pink, while the leaves are deeply cut, of a tough texture and lemon-scented. Its growth habit is compact, with tight, dense foliage. Superior for pot or windowsill culture. Flowering well into the summer months.
|Bloom Season||Spring, Summer|
|Sun Requirement||Full Sun|
|Minimum Temperature Indoors||35|
Tips for Success:
• Give full sun. Plants perform better under warm temperatures.
• Dry out between watering.The older cultivars can suffer in
soggy wet soil.
• Potting mix should be open and well drained. Add more
perlite to the mix to help increase air and reduce root stress.
• Avoid cool damp conditions.
• Best to grow in a clay pot or an open container,
not plastic or glazed ceramic.
• Growing Scented Geraniums In Containers