This is one of the strangest scented geraniums we grow. It is from Robin Parer, who warned us that it would be very, very slow to root and grow. And it is, but it is so strange/cute/unusual that it is worth the time and effort. The rose scented leaves are seriously twisted, growing close to the stem and maintaining a very stiff look. When the plant is mature there is little space between the leaves and stems, and the whole plant looks like something from another planet. The flowers are pink, but instead of having petals the flowers appear more thread like, giving the plant an even stranger appearance. Keep in a smaller container and don’t let the other more vigorous scented geraniums outgrow it!