Sunday, May 4, 2014

Kahler Vase and Geranium

Kahler Vase and GeraniumKahler Vase and GeraniumKahler Vase and Geranium
In this POTS and PLANTS episode, we pair Kähler Keramik vase and two geraniums. See the Kähler and Colchicum post for background about Kähler pottery. This vase is just under five inches tall. It has a beautiful blue glaze that has a spiral pattern on it.

I would like to say that the whiter geranium is Geranium macrorrhizum 'White Ness' and the pinker geranium is Geranium x cantabrigiense - 'Biokovo', but I would probably be wrong. I know we have these two cultivars for sure, but truth be told, our geraniums are so mixed up in our yard. They propagate quite easily and I fear that the pink flowered plants were ones I gathered up and planted to fill in an empty patch of ground. And given that cultivars are not necessarily true to their parents, who knows what we have. Sigh.

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