Saturday, 14 January 2012

Order during January and specify your Spring Delivery Month

January each year is the month when many enthusiastic Gardeners browse through plant catalogues and plant websites; this I might add includes myself.  Indeed, we always see a marked increase in visitors to our website from this time of the year and onwards, well in to late summer.  Scented Geraniums are a plant for all Seasons as there are individual types that are suitable for growing in the home all year round.  Being a frost tender sub-shrub they are versatile plants for all around the garden, containers, borders, hanging baskets etc., and do really well outside in the UK and Irish climate between the months of May and through to early November.  They are great value for money and with the correct care will provide lots of pleasure for many years.

The Scented Leaf group of Pelargonium are pretty plants with amazing perfumes to fill the rooms in your home with intense natural fragrance all year!  Outside, the gentlest of breezes and tiniest of insects will disturb the aromatic leaves and fill your garden with unbelievable scents.
Concolor Lace
also known as Filbert or Shottesham Pet
excellent as a house plant and in outside containers
We grow over 100+ individually named types of Scented Leaf Pelargonium and offer the largest choice of any online UK Specialist Nursery.  From the Feedback that we receive making a selection will most likely be difficult as many of our Customers would like to order each and every type.  One thing for certain is that you when you browse through our diverse and varied Collection you will be sure to find it informative and entertaining.  Have lots of fun making your very own personal choice.

To browse our online Catalogue - please click below:

Scented Leaf Pelargonium - Scented Geraniums
really are
Living Natural Fragrance for Homes and Gardens

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