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Local Beauties.

By Tooma
I shot these two beauties yesterday, as they grew through a fence from a garden. Can anyone identify the plant?

With help from waltknox and taggart, and the www, in particular, the Telegraph - I can confidently say, these gorgeous wee flowers are - Centenary Geranium 'Rozanne'.
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/how-to-grow/the-best-geranium-varieties-to-grow/


Tags: Street Flowers and plants Close-up and macro

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banehawi Plus
15 2.0k 4006 Canada
17 Jun 2018 11:33PM
Might be a Mallow?

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tonyguitar 7 75 37 Canada
18 Jun 2018 1:13AM
Dew drops help these beauties to look superb! TG
18 Jun 2018 1:15AM
May very well be a mallow ...or a cranesbill - type of perennial geranium . Well focused shot .
cheers walt
Tooma Plus
3 1.7k 2 Scotland
18 Jun 2018 2:15AM
@tonyguitar - Raindrops Tony: I seldom get up early enough for dew, lol.
Very nice shot, if it's taken in Scotland of course it's raindrops!!

KennySmile
18 Jun 2018 6:33AM
wow beautiful geranium, not seen one that colour before
Gail
18 Jun 2018 12:43PM
Beautifully captured Tom , wonderful detail & colur
Ian

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