Primula’s Progress

A few photos of my one surviving Primula vialii, showing its development over the season. Click photos to enlarge.

Its first appearance, in the wet garden, in the second week of June, after overgrown forget-me-nots have been cleared away. The stick is the previous year's flower stem. There appear to be three separate shoots, but only one develops.

A week later.

Flower buds, mid-July.

First flowers are open, July 22.

Three days later.

The whole plant with neighbours siberian iris and dwarf hosta, July 27.

The same day.

July 31 with a bug on top.

See how small it is.

Yesterday.

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