Wednesday, 17 November 2010

A real honey of a pelargonium

Honeywood Suzanne
Flowering in my conservatory for the past few weeks, Honeywood Suzanne just seems to go on and on.   Hybridised and introduced by John Thorpe in 1981, this is another frutetorum type zonal.  Very pale pink semi double flowers with a slightly darker 'eye', and light green zoned leaves on a short jointed dwarf plant.

I took advantage of a dry morning to go outside and tidy up.  Brian has been clearing the leaves from the lawn and border edges.  We keep these in large plastic sacks behind the summerhouse to rot down over the next year.    This afternoon I potted on some of the cuttings.

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