Thursday, December 1, 2011

Still Blooming

fences 019 by tempstarman

Morning temperature was in the 20's and my geranium is still beautiful. I wonder how long it can survive. I do remember having blooms at Christmas years ago. This plant has been one of the healthiest ones I have ever had. I bought it in April and have enjoyed many, many blooms. I moved it this week from the front porch to the back (faces south)

I love you geranium.....thank you for color in these drab days.

13 comments:

Grandmother said...

My begonias too. Still blooming beautifully. Love it.

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Oh, that is a beautiful geranium!! I do think they thrive in the cooler weather. I always get some in the spring, but the summer heat beats them down. I love them. Thank you for letting us enjoy yours! blessings ~ tanna
ps the train set was in his room when he arrived... doesn't seem as excited about it as his Noni was. LOL! ;)

Betsy said...

beautiful! Can't believe it's still blooming!

Cloudia said...

ruby begonia!


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T's Daily Treasures said...

I love geraniums but they never last here very long. Yours is beautiful! Have a fabulous Friday. Tammy

Kay said...

That's amazing! They must be really hardy.

Sandi said...

How pretty!

It has been very gray here in Indiana, red geraniums would be a welcomed sight!

sunny said...

like it nanny,

grammy said...

It is great that it is hanging on and healthy!!
I love those mini crackers...I am going to look for them.

gigihawaii said...

I love red! The flowers are so beautiful!

Marguerite said...

That's amazing and it's gorgeous! I would bring it in for the winter, though. Have a great weekend!

EG Wow said...

Geraniums are such hard workers, aren't they? Mine are now indoors in an unheated sun room. It's cold but not as cold as outdoors. Lucky you that yours is still doing so well outdoors!

Jill from Killeny Glen said...

I have a Begonia that keeps blooming in the shelter of our front porch. COLOR IS WELCOME!