Welcome back!I hope you had a nice holiday.Our geraniums are also still flowering - and long may they do so. I especially like the red ones on our balcony: For me they always evoke sunny days.Bye for nowKirk
Thank you Kirk - they do evoke summer and sunny days - I love to see them on balconies in the Alps where their colour really stands out.
Hello Rosemary, Why "but"? Were you hoping they'd be gone?
Hello Jim - no, actually I was really pleased that they were still doing so well. I have now removed the but...
Sorry Rosemary, My comment went through incomplete. I was going to add how much I enjoyed the colorful composite photograph.--Road to Parnassus
Thanks very much Jim
Hello again,Can I possibly ask why the but!!!hope all is well.a fantastic collage of autumn flowers.
Yes, all is well, and I have now removed the but..... sorry it was causing confusion.
Welcome back, Rosemary!! Look forward to photos from your trip.Have a great weekend ~Loi
Thanks for the welcome back Loi - it is interesting how much one can miss our blogging friends whilst away.
Lovely! Sadly mine have been de-petalled by the Yorkshire deluges.
Dear Nilly - I do hope that you were alright during the floods in Yorkshire - hope your house lies on top of a hill. We had rain in Ireland but not on the scale of England. I really feel for the poor people who keep being flooded time after time, it must be so dispiriting and depressing.
For some reason I have missed some of your posts!love the mandala idea of oyurs and your geranius are so beautiful! I have put mine inside now and they look quite happy : )
Yes, they should be indoors now, but mine are sitting in the porch at the front of the house so they do get a certain amount of protection.
Oh !Oh !I was out and I have missed your talented photos !So healthy flowers !
The geraniums are still flowering well even though the season is moving on.
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