Flowers

JasonNFlorida July 7, 2010, 2:28 pm
Hola todos!

I have a friend in Guadalajara, Mexico, and I want to send her flowers for her birthday. While I know she likes roses, I do remember her saying that she had a favorite flower. I did not write it down right away but I remember it being something like "gerrimo". Does anyone have any ideas on what kind of flower this might be? I thought it perhaps it could be geranium. I may not even be close in writing down what I thought she said.

I'll appreciate any ideas or help. She is very special to me and I'd like to send her this favorite flower...whatever it is. Muchas gracias todos!

Jason
Flowers
nohablo July 8, 2010, 12:59 am
The word for geranium in Spanish is geranio. Looks as if it might be that.
Flowers
JasonNFlorida July 8, 2010, 1:06 am
Muchas gracias "nohablo". I think geranio is the flower.
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