1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    Love this interesting planter!

  2. Karlyne says:

    What are the plants? I thought at first it was parsley, and then that it was mini geraniums (are there such things?!?)

  3. Rub the leaves and see if they have a heavenly smell, they might be scented geraniums. Or the ” Martha Washington ” type geraniums. If they start to trail later on then they are the vining type. I adore scented geraniums and collect them, but they are unpopular here and hard to find.

    • MaryJane says:

      Our garden stores have plenty of these different kinds of geraniums, vining, chocolate scented, etc. in a wide array of colors. They’re good for planters. I stick with the tried n’ true and already have one started in a planter … indoors. Maybe I should try one????

      • Ooh, yes the chocolate mint ones are the best, smell just like “Peppermint Patties”. I gave one to my gardening mentor, Eva, who was 80 at the time and she confessed it was her favorite plant of all. This spoken by a seasoned gardener with acres of vegetables , flowers and plants. All tended totally by herself alone. I bring a few choice scented geraniums indoors for the winter and they scent my house so sweetly, Lemon Rose is especially good for a natural ” air freshener”.

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