Sunday, July 17, 2011

Shade of blue


                           This two flowers are so tiny they are a size of my thumb. I even don't know the name of this two flowers. I love to plant them in a big pot or ground because I think they will thrive fast. I hope somebody knew the name of this so I would know if it's annual or perennial.

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10 comments:

Jama said...

Love the first shot, so detailed!

Leora said...

The top one looks like Johnson Blue, a geranium. I have similar ones in magenta. They are perennials - sometimes I need to give them haircuts.

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Whatever they are...they're both very pretty!!

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Misty Dawn said...

Very pretty! I love your header photo too!

Judy said...

Very pretty...Wow, the size of your thumb. I love how the bottom one looks like pin striping.

Pam said...

Great color. Pretty flowers.

Karen said...

Beautiful delicate captures Kim!

Jane said...

So tiny and so lovely!

Victoria said...

Tiny and lovely indeed.. I have two wild geraniums (one magenta and one more purple) growing in my garden... perennials that return every year and spread slowly. It's interesting to see a bloom of this flower with six petals (the first blossom which is beautiful!) since I believed them to be only a five-petaled flower. If both blossoms are on the same plant, it is for sure one I've never seen before!

lisaschaos said...

They look freshly painted. :)

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