14 Geranium Oil Uses and Benefits for Healthy Skin and More - Dr. Axe
Geranium oil uses and benefits extend to improving physical, mental and emotional health. It helps treat acne, reduce inflammation and anxiety, and more.
Scented pelargoniums seeds collected from my garden
Pelargoniums are closely related to true Geraniums. Most of the cultivated Scented Pelargoniums have their origins in South Africa and usual...
Scented Herbal Groundcovers
If you adore gardens filled with scent, keep an eye out for these seven herbal groundcovers. These herbs live up to their multitasking reputations, practical, beautiful, aromatic.
Orange Pelargonium i... stock photo by Suzie Gibbons, Image: 0296745
Orange Pelargonium in old stone trough by rustic wall - The Manor House ... Image:0296745 - Stock photo from GAP Gardens, garden & plant photography
Scented sugar adds a subtle perfume and flavor to coffee, fruit desserts, and baked goods. Layer granulated sugar with aromatic edibles such as scented geranium leaves, rose petals, orange and lemon peel (first set out for a day to dry), or vanilla beans. Mix small batches, and let them sit for a few days in tightly sealed jars while the scents infuse the sugar.
Three Incredible, Edible Scented Geraniums – Kevin Lee Jacobs
Pelargonium graveolens, ‘True Rose’ Scented geraniums (actually, they are Pelargoniums) will gladly stand and pose in your window garden, but why not put them to work? A few crushed leaves of the rose-scented p. graveolens, for instance, will make the nighttime bathing experience a fragrant, calming one. Float a sprig of p. crispum (I say “sprig” because crispum’s leaves are tiny) in a cup of hot tea to infuse it
A traditional quince jelly recipe, using lemon scented geranium leaves, given to me by my Greek neighbour here on the beautiful Island of Crete. A wonderfull addition to any cheese board or pork dish.