The best of both worlds: beauteous burgundy blooms and lemon-scented foliage.
Stunning new geranium variety delivers the best of both worlds: a gorgeous show of beauteous burgundy blooms and a lavish commotion of ruffled, lemon-scented, cool-green foliage. ‘Angel’s Perfume’s 12-14” plant quickly grows into a show-stopping attraction on your patio: a feast for the senses. Shade to full sun.
Start geranium seeds indoors in a warm, well-lighted area about 10-12 weeks before last frost. Sow seeds 1/4" deep into individual containers filled with seed-Starting formula. Keep moist.
How to Grow
Seedlings emerge in 7-21 days at 70-75¿F. Before transfer to garden, accustom to outdoor conditions by moving to a sheltered place outside for a week. Geraniums prefer rich, well-drained, moist soil in full sun. SET geranium PLANTS 12" apart and deadhead spent flowers to promote blooming.
Hardy geranium plants make a lovely, light-textured, deciduous groundcover for partial shade. They are also effective in the front of the border, in a rock garden, as a woodland plant, or as an edging. Combine them with bellflowers, coral bells, Siberian iris, Shasta daisy, salvias or sages, and columbines. Combine shade-loving geraniums with hostas, astilbes, ferns, epimediums, and hellebores.