Monday, 11 April 2011
Primula veris, a promiscuous little Cow! ........ Cowslip, that is!
Underneath the fruit trees and elsewhere, Cowslips, Primula veris, have thrived. Primula veris, what a promiscuous little Cow! Just look at its gaudy progeny above.
Elsewhere in the garden, a former owner who planted blousey Spanish bluebells might be dismayed that I am mowing and hoeing all of the Spanish bluebells that I find. We don't want them getting into our native bluebell woods.
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