Scented Geranium – Pinewood
Pelargonium quercifolia

Zone: Not hardy; grow as an annual
Height: 12-14"

General: Deeply divided leaves have a pungent, piney fragrance. A nice addition to potpourris. Scented geraniums are typically grown in containers in full sun. Avoid standing water. Pinch for fullness.

Ornamental Uses: Looks dramatically different from the Pine scented geranium. They both share a pine-like smell but this geranium has dark brown, almost maroon, splotch centered on its midrib. Its pale pink blooms with dark red stippling make a startlingly attractive contrast against the leaves making it great either in a garden or in a container.

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