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Thursday, February 23, 2017

PELARGONIUM : THE WHITE ONE IS BLOOMING

Longing for pelargonium blooming in our garden.
Finally it's cured.
In the early of December, I went home with two cuttings of white Pelargonium from my friend house.
Actually, I took so many plants from there.
These were the little plants in December.


From two cuttings, only one that survive.


And now it's growing so lush and flowering.


Such a beautiful flower.


Two bunches of white pelargonium are blooming.


Thanks GOD...

14 comments:

  1. Our pelargoniums are resting through winter, I hope at least some survive. I imagine they will grow quite large in your climate.

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    1. Here, pelargonium grows best in the highland, with cool weather and lower humidity. The flower is much bigger and the foliage is much thicker.

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  2. It looks very healthy. Spring is coming here soon. We did not have snow this year.

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    1. It means your winter is warmer than usual. It may a nice winter, no frozen days. Enjoy your days, Theresa.

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  3. They are doing so well. Congratulations!

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  4. Hi Endah, how wonderful that one of your pelargonium cuttings has survived and is now blooming so lovely! You know that white is my favorite color?
    Coincidentally I have been transplanting one of my pelargoniums from a container into the ground, yesterday. Hope it will make it. It has such a beautiful pink/apricot color and will fit with the adjacent pink rose perfectly together.
    Warm regards,
    Christina

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    1. I wonder I can collect more colors like yours, Christina. Sounds so interesting.

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  5. Endah, beautiful are your geraniums.
    I buy ready-made plants.
    Greetings.

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  6. You have beautiful, healthy pelargoniums. Well done! They call them geraniums here-- a misnomer. We grow them as annuals. I don't cultivate them myself but purchase a few in pots each spring. P. x

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    1. Here, pelargonium or geranium is a beautiful flowered perennial. It's so lovely, Pam.

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  7. Beauty! Oh I miss this plant. I used to have a red one but it died. I should have took some cuttings to regrow like what you did.

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    1. Yes, Stephanie. I have ever had red pelargonium before. It grew so lush for about two years, but the stem got rotten suddenly and then died.

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