Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Statement||Denise Greig ; [illustrated by Jane Stapleford].|
|LC Classifications||SB303.S34 G74 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||92164660|
The vibrant plants commonly called "geraniums" are actually pelargoniums. They are, however, related to true geraniums, which we also call cranesbills or wild geraniums. Despite their very different attributes, geraniums and pelargoniums belong to the same botanical family, Geraniaceae, and are among the world's most popular garden plants/5(10). The book also shows you how to use scented geraniums to flavor baked goods and make lovely topiaries, dried arrangements, and potpourri. With scents of rose, lemon, ginger, and chocolate mint, the pelargoniums are easy to grow and will enrich your Includes thorough information for gardeners of all skill levels on propagating and cultivating /5. Get this from a library! Scented geraniums and pelargoniums. [Denise Greig] -- "Pelargoniums or geranium? If you've always wondered what the diffeence is this book will tell you! It also tells you how to grow and care for scented-leaved pelargoniums and describes the numerous. A guide to growing Species Pelargoniums from the main book "A gardeners guide to the scented pelargonium species" by Charis Estelle Olney I t includes information on growing pelargoniums from seed, special seed treatments, transplanting seedlings, damping off, hardening off, root bound signs, re-potting pelargoniums, fertilizers, pruning pelargoniums, stem cuttings, natural remedies and pests.
The book also shows you how to use scented geraniums to flavor baked goods and make lovely topiaries, dried arrangements, and potpourri. With scents of rose, lemon, ginger, and chocolate mint, the pelargoniums are easy to grow and will enrich your life with fragrance. Scented geraniums recall the Victorian era of gracious living. The Gardener s Guide to Growing Hardy Geraniums, by Trevor Bath & Joy Jones. Timber Press; Portland, OR; (True Geraniums) This list compiled for you by PLANTSMITH of Santa Barbara. BOOK REVIEWS. A Book Review A Passion for Pelargoniums (Anne Wilkinson, , Sutton Publishing Ltd.) A book review: Geranium, by Kasia Boddy. Pelargonium Plants at Sarah Raven Beautiful, durable pelargoniums which look good right through the year – many even through winter. Just pot your pelargoniums on and plant out as soon as the frosts are over in your area, or have them indoors to cheer up a sunny windowsill. Scented Geraniums used to be popular houseplants in the Victorian era, as they would fill the room with fragrance when the billowy dresses brushed against them. And what makes them even better? Scented Geraniums are Edible! Typically all varieties are edible, except the ones scented like Citronella.
Ultrey Seed House - Rare Scented Geranium Seeds Lemon Scent Pelargonium Seed Mosquito Scare Flower Seeds Anti Mosquito, Flies and Mosquitoes out of 5 stars 9 £ £ 2. According to Jim Becker and Faye Brawner, authors of the excellent book Scented Geraniums: Knowing, Growing and Enjoying Scented Pelargoniums, the ideal temperature for scenteds is 65 to 70 degrees during the day and 50 to 60 degrees at night, but I've found mine to be extremely forgiving. This book provides information on the propagation and cultivation of geraniums, more properly call zonal pelargoniums, and regal pelargoniums, ivy leaf pelargoniums, scented leaf geraniums and miniature geraniums. It aims to provide a complete guide to getting the best results from geraniums and solves the problems of overwintering. The books range in price from a few dollars to as much as $13, Hardy Geraniums: cultivation and care with photographic library. by Robin Parer. Pelargoniums: all varieties cultivation and care. by Hazel Key. Scented Geraniums: (Scented Pelargoniums) by Jim Becker and Faye Brawner. Geraniums: All varieties of Pelargoniums cultivation.