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Last bloom = Primula japonica


Last bloom = Primula japonica (primula japonica)

Primrose candelabra decided to display one more bloom in August.



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What a pleasant surprise!

19 Aug, 2014

 

It is. I love them and hope they will seed. It would be lovely to see them massed in that spot.

20 Aug, 2014

 

Klahanie:

I love the flowers! I was going to say it's going to seed before I saw your comment. :>)

24 Aug, 2014

 

Thanks Delonix1. I assume that primulas would not grow successfully in your hot and dry climate?

24 Aug, 2014

 

They do grow in the middle of winter in some areas, especially along the coast. Where I live here further inland San Diego the very dry, hot Santa Winds conditions make them look very horrible. This year is an El NiƱo year...so maybe we'll get a lot of rain and some cooler weather this winter. Last winter was in the top 3 hottest on record in the San Diego Area and many parts of SoCal...so many days above 80 and even 90 degrees.

24 Aug, 2014



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