They bloom all the time, especially in summer heat. The pictures were taken in South China.
This post was edited by jujujojo on Sun, Jul 13, 14 at 16:38
I can't tell without a close-up of the flower and leaves what it is. Reminds me of ivy geraniums.
Yup, ivy geraniums.
I thought peleragoniums too.Mine never look that good.
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Yes, ivy geraniums. If you click on the photos, you can go to see the original huge sized pictures.
Wow, those are some happy Pelargonium.
Around here I have trouble finding those classic, really trailing cultivars.
Instead they offer a kind of cushion type which grow more compact, no matter how much fertilizer you give them... I noticed that the long ones come in two colors, this bright red and simple pink. The modern cultivars show a wider range of color, like burgundy, dark red or white, some even with double flowers.
Where dis you take this pic, j?
Have a nice weekend, bye, Lin
Lin, I have admired trailing geraniums in pink and red when I travel in Switzerland. To me this is one of the signature flowers of Switzerland. I've copied the look on our contemporary balcony - but it's always hard to find the properly trailing geraniums, and I imagined it would be easy to find them in Switzerland because of how common they are. In any case, I love that look!
Posted by linaria 7 Switzerland (My Page) on Sun, Jul 13, 14 at 1:09
The pictures were taken in South China.