A Celebration of Pelargoniums

This morning no less than 19 Hurriers turned out for our walk along the sea front at Kleinmond.  The weather was perfect, cool and cloudy with a light south-easterly breeze.

Tea time

The recent fires have resulted in a massive growth of Pelargonium cucullatum and they put on a wonderful show, even if the main flowering period is just past.  For good measure, we also found a fine example of Disa hallackii, a rare and endangered species of Orchid.

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