Pelargonium citrodorum. C13. "Moskito"


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Pelargonium citrodorum is a plant of the geraniaceae family, very used because of

its colorful flowering and its ability to scare away mosquitoes.

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Pelargonium citrodorum is an herbaceous and perennial plant of the family of geraniaceae.

It is a plant with very decorative flowers, often grown on terraces and balconies. When its leaves are cut, the smell of its natural oils is released, which makes it an excellent mosquito repellent.

It is widely used because of the intense color of its flowers, between pink and violet. It cannot resist frost but can receive several hours of sun during the day.

Use an universal type of soil mixed with top soil to have a good mix for your pelargonium.

Cut it back when it become very leggy, it will produce much more leaves and flowers, and keep it clean by removing the wilted leaves. 

Prune the plant more drastically by the end of the summer or the beggining of spring.

Do not overwater, just when you notice the soil is dry. 

Name Pelargonium citrodorum
Origen South Africa
Height Up to 50 cm
Color Green leaves, pink or violet flowers
Flowering Spring and summer
Location Sun or semishade
Irrigation Moderated
Applications Pots or making groups in the garden
Others It does not resist temperatures under 0 degrees
Sales format Pot of 13 cms diameter
Note Being the product a living plant and depending on the season, this plant could be received, in some cases, not exactly the same as in the photography, but as similar as possible, without impacting on quality of the same.

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