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Double Primrose.


Double Primrose.

Couldnt resist .....



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wow this pic is breathtaking

25 Nov, 2009

 

I really is gorgeous Dotty......looks like a June Brides posy in November.....:o)

25 Nov, 2009

 

It is absolutely beautiful.

25 Nov, 2009

 

This is Gorgeous Dotty :)

25 Nov, 2009

 

Thanks all, dont want to put it outside in all this nasty weather, how sad is that?

25 Nov, 2009

 

If happy where it is and blooms as lovely as this ,, cant say I blame you DD .

25 Nov, 2009

 

dotty its stunning, not seen one like this before, lovely colour :o))

25 Nov, 2009

 

What amazing colour shading - it's beautiful. I wouldn't want to put it outside either.

25 Nov, 2009

uma
Uma
 

Petals are so delicate and seem to be almost transparent!

25 Nov, 2009

 

Thanks BB, Sanbaz, Wagger and Uma, good job I kept her inside it is hailing now!!!

26 Nov, 2009

 

Hailing in Hampshire! It's sunny here.

26 Nov, 2009

 

It's more like a rose without the 'prim' bit! Lovely.

26 Nov, 2009

 

Like it Gee, Wagger It is shocking moved from the midlands to get away from this kind of weather, daughters bribed us by saying you never get frosts here, hardly ever need your heating on..........well it was like that for the first 5 years, now it is almost as bad as our old Mids weather.!!

26 Nov, 2009

 

What a lovely colour Dotty.......

26 Nov, 2009

 

Oh Daisy, that's rotten! Hope 2010 is better for all of us.

26 Nov, 2009

 

I will drink to that.........

26 Nov, 2009

 

Milky thanks, it is staying indoors and when it stops raining it can venture out lol I have webbed feet now you know?

26 Nov, 2009

 

Very pretty Dd, should it be in flower now or has it been brought on or whatever nurseries do? It would be lovely to have flowers like this every year at this time:-)

30 Nov, 2009

 

Bornagain I am not sure, as I have some double yellow in flower in the garden (looking very ragged from pecking birds!!) I have taken courage and put them outside in a container, near the house.

4 Dec, 2009

 

You're very brave:-)

5 Dec, 2009

 

Or very foolish!!!!

5 Dec, 2009

 

Thanks for pointing me in this direction, Dd - it's a beauty! Is it still flowering now?

26 Feb, 2010

 

It does not look as good, the bitterly cold weather did not suit it, so I have placed it nearer the house to protect it, Barbara I knew you would like it.........

26 Feb, 2010

 

Certainly do, Dd. I hope it survives for you. Fingers crossed. :-)

26 Feb, 2010

 

Looked at it today, at least it is still alive!!

27 Feb, 2010

 

Any buds?

28 Feb, 2010

 

Yes, have a lovely lilac one at the top of the garden, but the blessed snails keep eating it, (in spite of the little blue things )

28 Feb, 2010

 

Already? So they're awake, are they. I'll have to go round with my packet of little blue things, too. My clematis are waking up - I've just finished feeding them all - so blue things are needed!

28 Feb, 2010

 

I wont tell if you wont........I usually start early because I have a large collection of Hostas in the garden.

1 Mar, 2010



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