A scented geranium with dark curly trident leaved each with a splash of deep maroon in the center of each leaf. When the leaves are crushed or rubbed up against they release a piney scent that is quite nice. Small delicate flowers bloom throught the spring and summer..Harvest the leaves by snipping with scissors. Its slightly spreading form is at home in the container or the herb garden. You can flavor sugar by layering sugar and ‘Pinewood’ leaves in a jar for 3 to 4 weeks. Also, you can dry the leaves for use in potpourri.