Balcony Flowers in Granada

“And thank God for home-sweet things, a green and friendly hill,
And red geraniums aflame upon my window sill.” – Martha Haskell Clark

23 responses to “Balcony Flowers in Granada

  1. Typical Andalucian, but Cordoba is the champion!

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  2. It’s amazing the difference a few flowers make!

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  3. I was about to make the same comment as pedmar10! And your response to him – yep.

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  4. You found a good quotation to go with these

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  5. Love the first one! I do have a balcony or two but I can’t get at the roof terrace this morning. ‘Someone’ is painting 🙂 🙂

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  6. Romantic and lovely.

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  7. I usually have a few pots on mine, but living high up to start with, the wind here is almost constant, some do well but others do not.
    I love the ones you showed. Many years ago we had an apartment in Ibiza, the flowers that trailed from our balcony were absolutely gorgeous in the summer.

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  8. so charming! 🙂

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