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  1. Pelargonium tomentosum

    Pelargonium tomentosum is a hardy, evergreen shrubby perennial with spreading branches. The attractive rounded peppermint-scented leaves are velvety to the touch. The minute hairs on the leaves trap dew which glitters like diamonds, a wonderful foliage plant.

    The umbels of tiny white flowers have purple markings and are borne from October to January.

    Use in moist semi-shade areas and on banks in well-drained soil. It also makes a good container plant.

    Remove old leaves regularly to create the best effect of silvery, sparkling foliage.

    Use as a culinary herb.

    Size: up to 30cm