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My Bad!

Posted by desertdance So CA Zone 9b (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 9, 14 at 20:57

I have sinned. I took a cutting with no permission. I shall do penance!

A year ago we purchased a very neglected property 1.5 acres of pure overgrown neglect with a neglected home on it.

While the contractors did their remodel, we stayed at motels now and then. One day, I saw a beautiful geranium. ShhhhhI I strolled by, and snapped a cutting. I stuck it in one of the existing planters here, near a dripper and forgot about it.

It is now blooming and is light and dark pink together, but on the warm side of pink.

It's a common type and the leaves have practically no zone color.

We inherited a beautiful lavender geranium which I have stuck in the dirt here and there and now have many plants. What is this one called?

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The lavender next to that warm pink will be spectacular!

The pink one only has 3 blossoms open with many to follow. Here is the pink one:

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Can you ID them?

Thanks!

Suzi


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RE: My Bad!

I'm not sure what variety the first picture is. It could be any one of several varieties.

The second photo--the pink one is a variety called "Freckles" You can see by the mottling that this variety is well named


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