Wednesday, May 21, 2008
One plant, two different settings, both showing why pelargoniums (in this case an unknown 'Martha Washington') are so popular.
The top picture is from my Laguna garden and the geranium is poking through some equally determined variegated bacopa. A much more gaudy look than I usually am fond of, but this does brighten up an otherwise neglected corner.
The bottom photo is a shot from my garden utility area in San Juan Capistrano where this poor, contained geranium was abandoned after removing it from what is becoming my moonlight garden. Obviously its spirits have not been dampened by obscurity!