|Not hardy; grow as an annual
General: Soft, green leaves with a white border exude a rose scent on this popular geranium. Pinch for fullness.
Culinary Uses: You can flavor sugar by layering sugar and 'Lady Plymouth' leaves in a jar for 3 to 4 weeks. The dried leaves can also be used for potpourris.
Ornamental Uses: This geranium smells lightly mint-rose. The leaves a deeply divided green leaves with white or cream margins and pale pink flowers with purple throats and dark veining on its upper petals. It works well in bed or along borders with its lacey texture.
|Aromatic, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Ornamental