Jacqui’s Friday Flowers in December

In December the flowers in Victoria are scarce, but the Geraniums in my small garden (on the balcony of the condo where I lived for 12 years before moving in May of this year) kept blooming and cheering up my days. 

Most of the time my Geraniums were like a jungle. The plants grew wild. Many of them were from my mom, given to me as cuttings from her plants—many years before she passed away. Those plants had a history and held memories.  

I go for many lovely walks around my neighborhood to see and photograph many amazing flowers, but it's good to have some special-just-to-me flowers close by. 

Here are some of the photos I've taken of my Geraniums throughout the years. 

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Red Geraniums on my balcony

Pink Geraniums on my balcony

White and orange Geraniums on my balcony

Red, orange, and white Geraniums on my balcony

Martha Washington Geraniums on my balcony

Pink Geraniums on my balcony

Click here to see my November blog post and a rainbow of Rose pics 🌹🌈

To see more of my flower pictures (during the February to October flower season in Victoria, Canada -- or during the year-round Geranium season on my balcony), visit my Facebook and Instagram pages. 

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