Tuesday, 4 June 2013


I have a sewing machine loaded with almost finished blocks but in my early morning walk around my garden I was struck by the variety of Geranium Phaeum flowers in the border. The original plants were grown from seed from Plant World in Devon when we moved here as it was a new garden. I've been digging them out ever since, while they have been quietly breeding!
Some are darkest purple and the one on the right in the centre is almost red the lightest ones almost pink and palest lilac. The centres vary too as do the shape and marking of the leaves.

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Thank you. Heather