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March 29, 2013


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Hey Kathleen: Those striped Primroses (and the Crocuses) are eye-catchers! If it makes you feel any better, I still have no blooms in my garden! The past few days have been mild, so I'm sure it will happen next week. I got my energy bill today, too. The average temperature for March this year was 25; last year it was 50!


They are gorgeous! I had saw the Zebra primroses in the catalogs and wondered if the color was really blue. I am so glad you posted this. Now I have to see about getting some. LOL! Have a lovely weekend Kathleen.


Ah! That's a real beauty, and one I've never seen. You are a bad plant influence, make me go out searching!


"Those striped Primroses (and the Crocuses) are eye-catchers!"

It is definitely. Seems like the word "lovely" to describe is not enough.

Shady Gardener

Beautiful photos and creative post! (So typical of you!!). <3

Janet, The Queen of Seaford

Love that primrose!! The crocus is a perfect match to it. I love the primrose in the basket, nicely presented.

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