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We have native primulas growing very happily here in quite unhospitable ground. My neighbour's garden has a couple and the border they're in, next to my front path, is shady, soggy and full of clay.
Victoria - I wouldn't turn down another marsh marigold. It might force me to extend the boggy area, oh dear I could easily accommodate it along with the planned cuckoo flower/lady's smock/cuckoo smock - plus the ragged robin,water avens and devil's-bit scabious
Gemma - I like that philosophy, trial and error (mostly error with me)
Philippa - that's what I thought but thank you all the same