Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday hosted by Claire Justine and Judyh-jsthoughts.
 
 
Miniature geranium groundcover.

I've just discovered the flower close-up option on my camera!
Thankfully, Spring is trying really hard to happen in my garden to give me plenty of practice opportunities.

9 comments:

  1. Your photo i beautiful.

    Thank you so much for identifying the bush, abelia!! And thank you for visiting Wordless Wednesday at http://acts17verse28.blogspot.com/. Hope to see you often.

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  2. How lovely! Found you through Aquariann's Wordless Wednesday blog.

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  3. Dropping in from Aquariann's Wordless Wednesday
    Lovely photo!

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  4. Wonderful photo!


    Have a great WW!
    http://poshonabudget.com/2012/08/ww-hello-politicians.html

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  5. Spring?? That must mean your an Aussie?? How wonderful!!!

    Lovely pic, is it a scented Geranium as well, and which one? I have lots of Rose and Lemon scented in my garden...

    Now, can you guess where my one is from, and my work?? Mines up as well at AussiePomm - Its (nearly) Spring!!

    Have a great WW!!

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    1. Ohhh, do you work for the Botanic Gardens?? Lucky you if that's the case. My geranium is so small and this is the first year it has flowered, I haven't thought to smell it!! Will get onto tomorrow :-)

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  6. Thank you for visiting Wordless Wednesday at http://acts17verse28.blogspot.com/. I appreciate you stopping by and sharing your photo this past week! And please visit this week’s Observing Beauty linky, too – it’s up and running!
    I hope to see you again soon.
    Have a great week,
    NCSue

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  7. Oh that's so pretty- I've never liked geraniums, childhood hangover, but that doesn't look a typical geranium to me.

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    1. It's not. My mum gave it to me to help with weed control. I was sceptical too until it finally flowered for me this year...and it's done a great job of spreading/clumping to prevent weeds :-)

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