One of the best all-rounders
Considered by many to be the best all-round scented pelargonium, this pretty cultivar has deeply divided, variegated foliage that has a strong, minty smell when bruised. The small, purple-veined, pale rose flowers seem to hover above the leaves on wiry upright stems for extended period from early summer. First introduced in 1807 and still popular today, if you could choose just one pelargonium to take to a desert island, then this should be it. This is available as a collection of three plants. They will be dispatched directly from our specialist grower of rarer pelargoniums and will be sent out in 6.5 cm peat pots.
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