Pelargonium ‘Prince of Orange’ produces leaves that have an orange like scent, which becomes more intense if you rub or crush one of the plant’s leaves. This very beautiful Pelargonium cultivar produces many white flowers, which are brushed with pink, and purple markings.
Pelargoniums are tender plants but, I’ve noticed that Pelargoniums vary from plant to plant in their ability to grow in cooler conditions, many plants can often survive a series of light frosts and cold night time temperatures. Although Pelargonium plants are more likely to survive cool temperatures if they are covered with fleece at night. Pelargonium plants can vary in their degree of resilience to colder temperatures.
Overwinter the Pelargonium ‘Prince of Orange’ plants you wish to keep for the following year in a greenhouse, a conservatory, or grow Pelargoniums as houseplants in a light, bright room.
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