I love scented geraniums!! I have a hard time propagating them, but am truly addicted!!

Who knew there were endless varieties of scented geraniums? Our favorite scented geranium use: wash and dry some clipped leaves, cover with an inch of sugar and let it sit for a week and you’ll have your own fragrant sugar to use in baking and beverages.

Scented Geranium, wonderful aroma, scented geranium flowers less frequently but make up for it w/ leaf fragrance, array of scents: apricot/rose/nutmeg/cinnamon/lemon/mint/pineapple/ginger/lime/coconut/chocolate/etc. It prefers warm, sunny, dry conditions, so grow in fairly high light. Remove any faded flowers or leaves. Pinching stems creates a bushier plant.  Up to 2 feet tall and wide, easily controlled by pruning  Bright, direct light; 60-85 degrees F.; let the soil dry out between…

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scented geranium flowers less frequently but make up for it with its leaf fragrance, which comes in an astounding array of scents

Scented geranium plants are a sensual delight in any home or garden. Read the following article to get tips on growing scented geranium plants so you can take advantage of all they have to offer.

Tips On Growing Scented Geraniums Plants

Scented geranium care is so easy both indoors and out, it’s a wonder every gardener doesn’t own at least one. They’re the perfect patio or balcony plant. Not only do they offer fragrant leaves, lovely flowers and exquisite scent, they’re edible!

Lemon Scented Geranium: Pelargonium crispum variegata    These are great for their aromas, and have multiple uses in cooking.

Lemon Scented Geranium: Pelargonium crispum variegata Found some at Garfield Park Conservatory.

You've no doubt heard of lemon scented geraniums and most likely sampled the sweet smell of a rose geranium or two. But apricot, coconut, and French lace? How about nutmeg, chocolate mint, and old spice? These are but a few among the truly amazing varieties of scented Pelargonium, whose uses go beyond garden.

Scents and Sensibility: The Scented Geranium is Spring's Must-Have Plant

Scented geraniums are a delight in the house and in the yard.....and one of my favorites! So many different leaf shapes and textures and fragrances!

When the leaf is crushed it smells like orange sherbet. It grows very well even in a spot that is prone to dryness.

Scented Geraniums - Growing, Caring for and Using Scented Geraniums

Growing Scented Geraniums

Grow them for their scented leaves that mimic roses, pineapple, or chocolate mint. Tips for growing, caring for, and using your scented geraniums.

Geranium ‘Pelargonium tomentosum’ scented geranium (this one is peppermint scented, one of my faves for the soft fuzzy leaves) - you can have a lot of fun with geraniums :) -- they'll either go dormant over winter or you can bring in as a houseplant.  Not sure if they will survive every winter, that part is not clear.

Geranium ‘Pelargonium tomentosum’ scented geranium (this one is peppermint scented, soft fuzzy leaves)

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