Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Plants On My Balcony

I repotted my ancient red geranium and divided it too.

This geranium is light pink and has buds.

Three more baby geraniums on the bottom shelf of this corner plant stand. It's missing a foot on the right side but it is still very stable. This flaw resulted in a bargain price at a garage sale!

Rosemary plants. The big one in the center is the mother of the others.

Yesterday at sunrise. I love long morning shadows.

Today, it's pouring rain. I brought them all inside last night and I can tell they are eager to go outside again. Maybe tomorrow -- baby steps. See you later. xo

4 comments:

Linda said...

Gardening surely is an exercise in patience and you have far more than I. Love that you slowly introduce the plants back into their outdoor seasonal homes.

Rain here today and that's okay. The emerging plants are happy.

Enjoy a lovely day, Rosemary, at whatever the task(s) may be.

lisa said...

OMG, your deck is so neat! Looking at your potted herbs Rosemary, reminds me that I really need to get my back patio in shape and plant my own herbs and tomatoes before the weather in CA gets much warmer. I haven't been able to find the very large pots that I need. Your little potted garden looks great!

Pam said...

Rosemary, when all of those geraniums are in full bloom, they're going to be gorgeous! If the warm weather continues, that could happen fairly soon. My mother-in-law used to have lovely red geraniums on the farm. She'd bring them inside and store them in the basement all winter long, then when spring arrived, she'd haul them back outside. Geraniums are pretty tough, and so very showy when they bloom. I like that about them!

Penelope Bianchi said...

this gives me hope! We are so spoiled in California. Having just removed 100 tons of mud. (yes, that is not a typo) our landscaping is pretty bare. Nature rebounds......and some things have miraculously survived! Starting over on most of our landscape!

Hope springs eternal!