My plant of H.E.Collins. This is a new angel bred by Mick Collins of Wisbech. With careful stopping it will make a superb plant for the show bench in a 6" pot class.
This is a photo of an angel new to the scene, bred by Mick Collins of Wisbech. I was very impressed with the amount of flowers I managed to get on this 18 month old plant grown in a 4.5" pot.
Angel Berkswell Pixie grown in a 3.5" pot. This was my first attempt at stopping one this small for the showbench. To get this size head it has to be kept really tight so it holds its shape well. The best cultivars
to try growing as miniatures are the ones with the small flowers.
My plant of Quantock Kirsty which was awarded the 'Best In Show' at the PAGS National 2011. This was held at the Weetwood Hall Conference Centre and Hotel in Leeds, West Yorkshire.
I won 'Best In Show' at the Yorkshire Pelargonium & Geranium Society Annual Show 2013, with this two year old plant of Oldbury Duet.
Very beautiful plants!!! :D
05.06 | 07:32
You're my no. 1 inspiration in the Pelargonium growing/showing world. Appreciation abundance, plus some! Your site has taught me more in a short period of time, than any other source or outlet.
16.04 | 21:49
Wow I love your plants ,beautiful ,I wish I could grow them that well in Australia
17.12 | 10:40
Hi Jacqueline, I do not cover the box as the cuttings will rot off in too much humidity. I only water them once they are nearly dry as not to overwater. Ken
15.12 | 18:58
Hi Ken. Thanks for the info. I would like to know, do you cover the box? How often do you ‘bottom’ water the cuttings?