Geraniums July 10, 2012 by Isobel I’m not a huge fan of geraniums, but I admit I find these stunning. Red Geraniums You’ve probably guessed already; they are at the South Bank… AdvertisementShare this:TwitterPinterestEmailLike this:Like Loading...
even I guessed that, way over here! LOVE the planters. oooh, it’s planter envy I have!
That it was the South Bank? It is just too good to keep away from…
yes! I have learned a ton about the South Bank and I thank you for that!
Like you, I wasnt a fan because of the smell but you can’t beat them for colour or perseverance!
I love them n Greece, growing in an old oil can, but here they often seem brash and rather suburban… But this large group in the huge planters look magnificent, so I think my reaction is very dependent on the setting. I don’t mind the smell, and I love the smell of rose geraniums.
Same here. I remember lemon and mint scented geraniums, too.
Yes! Both gorgeous. Lovely leaves too.
Very pretty Isobel! South Bank is a rockin’ cool place. My geraniums always looked like I abused and neglected them so I switched to impatiens and now all’s good.
There was a radical rethink about the South Bank a few years ago. They got in some clever creatives who brought food and things to do into the outside spaces. Inside has always been great, but not enough people went there. Now it is humming!
These are pelargoniums, and I find them very striking in the right setting.
Now you’re splitting hairs! 🙂 Most people call them geraniums, even if that’s not strictly correct…
I know! 🙂