An interesting variety that was once a popular garden plant during the 1870s, it has palmate shallow-lobed aromatic leaves with dark veins. The flowers are white or pale pink with reddish-pink markings on the upper petals & each flowering stalk has about 5 flowers. P. visscossimum is an upright branching shrub with a sticky texture on the leaves that can stick to your fingers, the name “visscossimum” is derived from the Latin word ‘visco’ meaning having a glue or make sticky. It grows to about 100 cm/39 inches in height and prefers sandy/loam soil conditions in full sun, ideal for fragrant gardens or medium to large pots.
Pelargonium viscossimum is an upright branching shrub that grows to about 100 cm (39 inches) in height, the palmate leaves are aromatic with pale pink flowers and reddish markings on the upper petals, each flowering stalk contains 5 flowers.
Pelargonium glutinosum prefers sandy loam soil in full sun and is ideal for fragrant gardens or medium sized pots.