callmemadam (callmemadam) wrote,

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This damp, windy weather is no good for the plants in pots which live outside. Petals get spotted, leaves rot and have to be removed. This Pelargonium 'White Unique' (bought at Cranborne) is safely in the greenhouse, so remains in pristine condition.

One of my chimney pots, planted up with very dark red ivy-leaf geranium, fuchsia and a diascia which is failing to thrive.

No garden of taste these days contains a hanging basket but I think a quaint little porch like mine cries out for one. It's cheerful and I can see it from indoors.

Tags: garden, greenhouse, pelargoniums

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