Definition of rose geranium in English:

rose geranium

Syllabification: rose ge·ra·ni·um

noun

A pink-flowered pelargonium with fragrant leaves.
  • Pelargonium graveolens, family Geraniaceae
More example sentences
  • It's a rich, aromatherapy oil that's a blend of soothing essential oils such as myrrh, lavender and rose geranium, with extracts of wheatgerm and borage.
  • Try lemonade with lemon balm, tomato juice with oregano or basil, mineral water with rose geranium, white wine with borage blossoms floating on top, or refreshing iced herbal tea with tangy mint.
  • Dry skin benefits from the oils of lavender, rose geranium and calendula, while extremely dry skin can be helped with the oils of avocado, jojoba, wheat germ and sweet almond.

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