Monday, March 1, 2010

Take one Geranium cutting....


Geraniums are one of the easiest plants to grow, and will readily take root when placed in some potting mix.
And today this pretty white one is flowering for the first time.


The pot (or should I say potty), I found in the shed.....goodness knows where it came from. It already had a (rust) hole underneath, so David (son) drilled some more holes for better drainage. Do you like my little frog ornament?


Add three bamboo stakes for support, and tie with garden twine.
Voila!, one rustic (or rusty?) pot plant!
Cheers,
Sandi x
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7 comments:

mandapanda said...

It looks like a rose! How pretty it is! Great idea. I love some hoses you drive by, and they have a huge row of pots just filled with all different colours! Somehow though, I can never find the time to plant them after I've taken a cutting, and they just die anyway. I'll have to get the pot ready first, I think!
Hey, I realized that your starfish flower is different to my starfish flower! Yours is more bell shaped, and mine bursts open into a star which is covered with hairs. Would you like to do a swap cutting?

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

I agree Sandi geraniums are one of the easiest!!! Even works with me ha ha♥x

Lynne said...

I love geraniums, so versatile and easy. Also pretty, it does indeed look like a rose.

Joy said...

Ooooh, look at that, it's like a little rose. That's a gawjus geranium, mine are nowhere near that full.
Hugs,
Joy :o)

Guðrún said...

I love that pot :)

Suzie said...

Everything looks so fresh, so beautiful!

Cynthia said...

Beautiful! What is the name of that geranium?