Pelargonium graveolens – Plant


Indigenous to South Africa, organically grown, and locally sourced from ethical growers committed to sustainable, Nature-friendly cultivation.

Common names: rose-scented pelargonium, rose-scented geranium, rose geranium (English); wildemalva (Afrikaans).

Botanical name: Pelargonium graveolens

Potted into 100% recycled plastic nursery pot or bag.

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Care Summary

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Plant Summary

The rose-scented pelargonium, Pelargonium graveolens, is a shrubby plant with rose-scented leaves and pinkish white flowers that can brighten up any garden. It attracts bees, butterflies and birds with its nectar and fragrance. It is also a source of geranium oil, which is used as a perfume ingredient and a natural remedy for various ailments. The leaves can also be used as a tea, or flavouring. This plant is easy to grow from cuttings or seeds, and prefers moist, semi-shaded positions. It is native to southern Africa, where it grows in mountainous habitats with mild winters and hot summers.


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