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Primula capitata

Primula capitata (Primula capitata)

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Thanks for the Evening primrose seeds, Angie. That was quick. I assume you don't plant them very deep.?? Almost surface???

25 Jun, 2009


yes i don't even cover them to be honest just a little sprinkling and i usually sow in trays or pots as the seedlings are very small, but don't take long, i sowed some about 7-10 days ago, and they are already starting to come up.

25 Jun, 2009


That's a gorgeous colour, i've not seen this before.

25 Jun, 2009


have you not Louise, this i think could be a new-ish variety, it has a dusty white/silver sheen about it, only on the flower buds and stems not the leaves or inside the flowers if that makes sense, looks like it has had flour spilt on it and has been wiped off not to well if that makes any sense lol

25 Jun, 2009


Beautiful colour.............

25 Jun, 2009


Majeekahead, that makes perfect sense, it does look like it ! :)

26 Jun, 2009


Smashing, thaks Angie! Will keep you posted on progress!

27 Jun, 2009


welcome Paul, and i will try to get some seeds for you Louise and anyone else that wants them... if it sets seed that is? not sure.

27 Jun, 2009

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