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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

My Picture Of The day. Pink Geraniums


  1. All Geraniums are great but that is a really nice pink.

  2. So pretty! Are these the ones that you over wintered in your garage? -Jackie

  3. Thank you Hermes! It's funny but pink color wasn't one of my favorites for the most of my life. I turned my face to it just several years ago.

    Thank you Darla for stopping by!

    Jackie, these plants are not mine from the last year. I need to show those geraniums, they start blooming!

  4. Geraniums in a pot are such a lovely image of spring, aren't they?

  5. Geraniums look good but so does the statue.

  6. The geraniums are nice but that statute looks even more intriguing.

  7. Islandgardener, thank you for stopping by! And they are sure an image of summer, too!

    Joanne and Tina, thank you! This statue has an interesting story; maybe I should post about it one day.

  8. Nice geraniums. I think I bought that one this year - looks the same in the picture anyway.

  9. That Geranium is the color of bubble gum! The bright pink is great. Love the stonework in the picture too.

  10. AnonymousJune 11, 2009

    Well, now I want to hear the statue story.

  11. Very pretty Tatyana. I like the container the geraniums are planted in too.

  12. Hi Tatyana

    That's a nice 'blush' pink.

    That statue looks very classical.


  13. Tatyana, you'll go mad if I am telling you that I have 8 kinds of colours to my Geraniums? And another 2 I am expecting to bloom, but I don't know the colours yet! :)

    A few years ago I didn't like Geraniums, but I started to love them when we moved from the apartment to the house.

  14. Love geraniums! What kind of summer would it be without their greeting near a door?

  15. Linda, thanks! If you bought it in Costco, then we have the same type.

    Janet, thank you! It's a part of Bacchus.

    Donna, I might tell it when nothing will bloom and there will be not many things to write about.

    Thank you Kathleen!This guy moved with us from Kansas City and its twin was broken during the move.

    Thank you Rob! Do you want to trade this guy for that gorgeous head from your garden?!

    Hi Silvia! It's a nice thing about geraniums that they come in so many lovely colors!

    Hi Brenda! You are right, and they are pretty tough plants, aren't they?!

  16. Lovely pink, I too didn't care too much for that color until recently. now I just love it. Maybe it's a wisdom thing? Thanks for coming by my blog today.

  17. Very pretty photo.I like it a lot.Clare


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