Are Citronella Plants Good for the Garden?

Are citronella plants good for the garden?

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June 1, 20110 found this helpful

If you mean the citronella scented geranium (pelargonium actually), they smell nice and they do keep mosquitoes away from the immediate area. They do like full sun and regular watering. I have one plot 3 by 5 feet that is waist-high, and one big pot, right outside my kitchen door. I like the smell and they do seem to keep the skeeters away from the door. They do spread, so if you don't want it all over, a pot would be advisable.

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