The following varieties of pelargonium are grown for their delightful scented foliage, which adds extra dimension to the garden.
Lemon rose fragrance. Bushy spreading growth. Yellow variegation on foliage and clusters of mauve flowers.
Attar of Roses
Classic rose scent wtih small pink flowers.
Rose scented foliage and light mauve-pink flower. Good bushy growth.
Citrus fragrance to yellow/green variegated leaf. Mauve flowers and upright habit.
Cedar fragranced pale green foliage with clusters of rose pink flowers. Upright growth.
Lemon scent on cream and green variegated leaf. White flowers just tinged pink. Strong upright growth.
Citrus scented. Gold/green foliage. Very upright habit. Masses of lilac flowers.
Deerwood Lavender Lad
Lavender scented foliage with small elegant deep mauve flowers.
Balsam scented, fine fern like sticky foliage. Pale mauve flowers.
Pine scented grey-green foliage with delicate white flowers.
Peppermint scented foliage with two tone flowers showing deep red and black upper petals and white lower petals.
Peppery citrus scent, sage green leaves edged white, lavender pink flowers. Good bushy growth.
Lemon scented foliage with rich pink flowers.
Very strong lemon scent to large, rough and deeply divided foliage. Large pale mauve flowers.
Apple scented smooth light green leaves. Trailing habit with clusters of star-shaped white flowers.
Strong orange scent with light purple flowers.
Strongly scented silver peppermint foliage with white flowers.
Strong fruity scent, mid green leaves and bright pink flowers. Lax growth tending towards a trailing habit.
Exotic cedarwood scent. Very dark oak-like foliage. Star shaped pink flowers with mauve eye. Upright habit.
Sweetly aromatic leaves, bushy upright growth with small pale pink flowers.
Pine scented cream and green variegated foliage with white flowers.