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March 22, 2008


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I checked today and your "old plants" are not up yet, but they come early! They still bloom every year and I think of how you babied them and hated to leave them, even in my garden.
But I love them! MOM


Hi - stopping by from Blotanical.

Those are lovely primroses! I have been eying them for a couple years now, will have to get serious about starting some next year. :-)


I've always loved primroses - I can never resisit buying them when they show up in the grocery stores here in Jan/Feb. For some reason, I never thought of trying to grow them in my own garden! I wonder if I can find any here, or if they'll grow in my area.


Thanks for all the comments on my favorite primroses. They are very easy to grow (once germinated!!) and hardy to zone 3 or 4? I'll have to double check. Good luck if you decide to give them a try.

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