|Scented Pelargonium "Attar of Roses"|
Many pelargoniums have been around for many years, and Attar of Roses is no exception. It was first recorded in the UK in Cannell's catalogue in 1900, but was probably here before then. The flowers, which grow on short stems, are small, pale mauve and single with light feathery markings on the upper two petals. The leaves are tri-lobed and have a strong rose scent. Pelargonium Attar of Roses can grow quite large, but if kept in a smallish pot and well pinched, makes a nice plant for the kitchen windowsill. Ideal as the leaves of this plant can be used for culinary purposes.