From the teacup gardens club board. Recipe suggestion: Fill a round tray with spring green moss and cover your pink primroses tucked neatly in a flowery teacup (or whichever bloom you choose) with a standout glass cloche.
- also saw wild primroses had replaced the snowdrops) Common wild primrose - perfect for the woodland floor. Rosettes of evergreen leaves all year round with a profusion of creamy white flowers from spring to early summer.
"Beautiful, old-fashioned and wonderful as a pot, garden plant or cut flower. Polyanthus 'Gold Lace' lasts nearly two weeks once cut and I use this Polyanthus as an edible flower, scattered over jewelled rice or couscous.It’s the texture of polyanthus, as
Primrose meaning; first love - from the Latin 'primus' - meaning first, due to their early Spring flowering. The primrose is the sacred flower of Freya, the Norse goddess of love and was used in rituals giving honor to he
I am going to plant these come spring. seems only right seeming how we live on Primrose Lane. Polyanthus primrose - a shade loving plant, similar to a pansy - beautifully vibrant color and moderately easy to care for