Saturday, April 08, 2006

This happened last year, too. This primula is a good example of flower genetics. It's one plant, and it normally starts with lemon-yellow flowers that turn mustardy yellow later. Then, after a week or so of this, a stem of orange blossoms makes an appearance. Just gorgeous! Right behind the plant is a row of yellow daylillies that take over when the sun is too hot for the primula. Taking a page from the book of Mom and Dave, I'm aiming to have something blooming every week until the first frost of the fall.

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