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Just one geranium Ann Folkard!


Just one geranium Ann Folkard! (geranium Ann Folkard)

This amazing plant spans roughly (even I am not sad enough to actually measure it) 7ft to its extremities each way. That's what I call value for money, it's also very lovely.



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Beautiful, especially in combination with the yellow flowers(Potentilla??)

23 Jun, 2009

 

Hi, yellow flower is my ubiquitous welsh poppy, meconopsis cambrica.

23 Jun, 2009

 

Oh, yes a poppy. I can see now! I tried growing the blue meconopsis ( a few varieties ) over a few years. Even resorted to some plugs in the end ( Had to wait over a year for them from T&M) and none of them lived.

24 Jun, 2009

 

A lovely colour and flower mixture, Geranium,Poppies and Campanula very pretty

16 Jul, 2009

 

Hardy Geraniums are the best - you can put them almost anywhere and they just take off. This one look very healthy too.

23 Sep, 2009

 

Yes, they certainly earn their keep, my kind of flower:-)

24 Sep, 2009

 

Is the little blue star shaped flower Campanula? It looks very low for that.

24 Sep, 2009

 

Yes it grows like a weed here, can't remember which one it is I'll have a look:-)

24 Sep, 2009

 

Beautiful display.

2 Oct, 2009

 

Thanks Sunblest:-)

2 Oct, 2009



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