Oh, the photos are stunning! At least you have them to remember the dearly departed geraniums by. ;)
So many photographs, so many deaths.
I have the same bad luck always with azaleas... *sigh*
I feel your pain:-/
At least you preserve the memories of your flowers. I just kill them outright and with no lasting memorials to prove they were ever here. LOL
Hahaha! This is a memorial, isn't it?
So many beautiful pictures on your blog I have missed.Aren't geraniums the kind you need to treat like an outdoor flower, spray with water and put semi cold during winter? They just sound like alot of work. I kill hydrangeas every time.
I keep them outdoors and my balcony is quite sunny all year round, which makes it hard to kill any kind of (sun-loving) plant, really. I do move them around a lot (rearranging planters has become a ritual); maybe that’s it. They were doing great on my kitchen window flowerbox. Once I moved them to the balcony, they waved goodbye. My hydrangea has produced no flowers so far. I read somewhere that coffee and tea grounds work wonders for them (as a natural fertilizer), so I will give it a try.
Yes, moving plants around will usually upset them, especially uprooting them on a regular basis.