WOW! Beautiful.Lee Anna
Lovely! A spot of beauty and color at a very drab time of year :)
Wow, fantastic! What wonderful color to see in winter time.
How lovely to see a splash of colour in all the gloom of winterLoves and licky kissesPrincess Leah xxx
Have we ever seen your bathroom? And those geraniums are really healthy looking. The window reminds me of friends of my grandparents who built their house in front of a bluff in San Diego. They designed the bathroom window facing the bluff so one could take a shower 'outside' with no possible lookie-loos. I guess it would be a little odd at 7msn when Danni came to visit - and then there's 'the boys'.Nice post.
Love those geraniums. Mine are forced to survive the winter tucked back against the South wall of the house. Beautiful spot for yours, hope you have a second bathroom for yourself.
considering how mild the winter has been so far, you may be able to put those outside soon. High today in Houston is suppose to be about 79, tomorrow 80.
Had to grin at the cowboy dashing through the geraniums to rope a wild horse!
Hahaha, I wouldn't mind a bit, but the herd would probably be more than a little freaked out. lol
Oops. The above was meant to attach to Shelley's comment above. :)
Wow...they really like it in there! Nobody should mention to them that it's January. Haha
so pretty! I love flowers and red is my favorite color. happy day to you and your babies. :)
Wow, they are really pretty flowers!I've got no green thumb at all, so I need to have plants that can survive pretty much on their own, ha ha!!
Ooh very pretty! I know I'd be waving to them from the shower, too! Love the intense color.
Mine are Garage Geraniums. They survived the 90 hours of below freezing temps this past weekend (outside, not in the garage). A few more months and they will be outside in the ground.yours look much happier.M in NC
Are Geraniums very hardy? I would love to have flowers in my home, but I'm afraid of killing them!
These two spent the summer outside. I think they're doing better inside - too much sun and heat in the garden.