A Week of Flowers: Day Seven

For a second year Cathy of Words and Herbs is hosting a Week of Flowers, inviting everyone to share some “extra colour and cheer” by posting one flowery photo a day, for a week.

Scented-leaved Pelargonium (November 17 2021)

And here are all the flowers from this week  which were found in the sub-tropical gardens during late November.

Thanks Cathy!


12 thoughts on “A Week of Flowers: Day Seven

  1. Lovely! I have two cuttings of some scented leaved geraniums… possibly the easiest geraniums to root that I have ever had. 😃 Thanks for joining in the fun Jude! It has been an eye-opener how sheltered those botanical gardens near you must be for all those flowers to still be around at the end of the xear. 😃

  2. An excellent seven. I love pelargoniums and you’ve made me wonder what the scent of the leaves was. I’m guessing chocolate. Fascinated by the tickling sticks on the sweet pea bush too. I don’t think I know that plant.

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