Posted: 14/03/2013 at 20:22
Good question Laurie, I've noticed several variations of colour in my wild primoses which I expected to be yellow, but have some that are pink and darker almost red types. All types of people with varied experience on here, great place to ask questions.
Question Bob, do these type of plants have both the male and female parts in order to pollinate and reproduce? Which then give rise to all the different genetic variations. I'm assuming that these type of plants are wind pollinated. It's been a long time since I've done biology of plants, always enjoyed it in school but now as a gardener I'm much more interested.