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Pelargonium Scented Odorata Lemon

£6.00

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May - September
100cm x 100cm
Partial Shade, Sun
Cut Flowers
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Pelargonium Scented Odorata Lemon is a delightful addition to any garden or home. This plant belongs to the Pelargonium family and is known for its refreshing lemon scent, which is released from its soft-textured, velvety leaves. Its bright green foliage and delicate, pale pink flowers make it an attractive plant that is easy to grow and care for.

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Description

The refreshing fragrance of Pelargonium Scented Odorata Lemon is perfect for brightening up your mood and surroundings, and it can be easily grown in containers or in your garden. The plant blooms in a beautiful shade, making it a stunning visual addition to any space. This plant is also believed to be an effective insect repellent. If you're looking for a plant that is both visually stunning and fragrant, Pelargonium Scented Odorata Lemon is the perfect choice for you.

Planting Conditions

Pelargonium Scented Lemon is easy to grow and requires minimal care, making it a popular choice among gardeners. Water thoroughly before planting. Dig a hole twice the size of the pot. Add compost and fertiliser to the base of the hole and planting soil. Place plant centrally in hole, keeping it level with surrounding soil and fill in the hole with compost. Pelargoniums need plenty of light to grow and bloom, so place them in a sunny spot.

Watering & Feeding

Pelargoniums prefer well-drained soil, so make sure not to overwater them. Water them deeply once a week or when the top inch of soil feels dry. Fertilize Pelargoniums once a month during the growing season with a balanced fertilizer.

General Care

Trim off the flower heads after they fade and die to encourage more blooms late into the season.