Wednesday, April 8

Prim and proper







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  1. Everything loves primroses!

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    1. Especial;=ly at this tome of year, Jessica

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    1. I think they are my flower of the moment, Jo

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  3. Do you plant them every year through the weed suppressing membrane? I am starting to implement that here but am wondering how to go about plants that die back. I guess they push their way back up through the same holes each year?
    Anyway, I love your display! Primroses are such delicate flowers and for me they mean Spring is here at last.

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    1. In this instance the weed control was sort if wrapped around them as they were already planted here, I just leave them be now, Deb. When we sort out the plot perennial bed I'll just plant through a hole and leave them - potato tubers planted this way find a way through the holes,

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    2. Thank you Sue. That is really useful as I am battling a massive infestation of couch grass!

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  4. Lovely. One of my favourite spring flowers.

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  5. Those primroses looks gorgeous.

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    1. I love them en masse like this Daphne,

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  6. Yes yours are the real deal alright, unlike my lot:-(. Putting the disapointment behind me now. The primula is still very pretty and has a faint scent to it which is nice

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    1. Will you try to buy some more Cpt. If mine set seed I could send you some.

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  7. Gorgeous. I especially like that polleny beetle.

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    1. It's amazing at how often there is some sort of mini beast on photos of flowers CJ.

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  8. Primrose? I only have taken the pills but never know how they look like! So lovely flowers!

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    1. These are not the evening primroses that are use in tablets, Malar. That's a different plant altogether,

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  9. Simply beautiful. They seed themselves generously around our lawn and I am thankful for every last one of them.

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    1. I rescued some that had seeded in the path, Sarah, All those came from about half a dozen plants originally

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  10. Beautiful!!! Now WHAT does that beetle think it's doing????xxx

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    1. I think that it may be w pollen beetle, Dina.

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  11. Just gorgeous - I agree, en masse they make quite the impression.

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    1. They do Margaret and also scattered in grass too.

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