I wonder how many different cultivars there are in this small collection of pelargoniums and other potted plants at Rousham in Oxfordshire?
The vine can ramble where it will provided it leaves window room and the building looks sweeter for it. Neatness and exuberance, hand in hand, are rarely so evident as when potted plants are packed together. Plants in small terracotta pots don’t look this good without regular attention.
I found a picture of the bothy in the winter on the Oxfordshire Gardens Trust’s website. You would hardly know it was the same place.