|Oriago in Fiore April 2013|
|The Brenta Canal-Oriago-Mira, Venice, Italy|
Fuchsia, pale pink and white geraniums with flowers as big as my fist would look nice potted together I thought. Hmmm, what about those yellow and orange or even those purple daisy-like succulents—they would do well in the sunny front flowerbed. Oh look, multicolored ranunculi... I love that their petals look like chiffon vellum paper and come in just as many colors. Plus, they’re a bulb, so they’d be low-maintenance, too. Or should I pick up a Parisian geranium plant? I do prefer how they gracefully hang over the rim of taller terracotta vases.
|Petunias, Guinea 'glass flowers', Begonias and more...|
|This gentleman has been cultivating artichokes for more than 50 years!|
|Barrels of Carnations|
|Magnolia tree in bloom|