Sunday, May 03, 2009

Today’s Flower Fish Geranium


Fish Geranium
Pelargonium x hortorum 'Wilhelm Langguth'
Synonyms: Horseshoe Geranium, Zonal Geranium
(pe-lar-GO-nee-um)


The Geraniums have been doing great this year. This one provides a nice contrast between the scarlet flowers and variegated foliage. They are easy to grow and provide a lot of color in the garden. We often over winter a few geraniums as plants but they can also be grown from cuttings.


These other Geraniums have grown well for us, also. This ‘Pink’ from the ‘Survivor’ Series of Geraniums.


Another variety we have used this year is the ‘Patriot’ Geraniums. This is the ‘Salmon’ one but the ‘Bright Red’ and ‘White’ also have nice flowers on bushy plants.


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10 comments:

Laerte Pupo said...

I like Geranium.
Beautiful post.
Thanks for posting to TODAY'S FLOWERS.

Barbara said...

Great close up shots. Happy Spring
Smiles Barbara

Amanda Guthrie said...

Normally I don't go for Geraniums but these are pretty sweet! The red one is very intense.

Paz said...

Wonderful flower shots! The flowers are always beautiful.

Paz

Wonder Turquette said...

Geraniums are the most beautiful flowers of gardens for me, a special thank you for these beautiful photos. Have a nice week! :-)

msdewberry said...

Beautiful flowers. I love the salmon coloured flower. Its a different colour.
I never have luck growing geraniums. So I get to see them here!!

Denise said...

Lovely geraniums, pretty colors. Thank you very much for sharing. Have a great week.

Sherry said...

Love these! I don't think I've ever seen a geranium with variegated foliage -- it's gorgeous!

Grace and Bradley said...

Very beautiful Geraniums! We used to always plant some each summer. Thanks for visiting our blog.

kazu said...

Wow beautiful flowers.
Great photos!