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No Panoply, you're right. I may not have been totally serious about that, sorry
Do you think they may be the P. acaulis mentioned on another thread or a cross with vulgaris?
Will I be lynched if I confess I find those bright colours ghastly?
Same here Verdun. Not the previous jobs but the horticulture
The nativeprimrose is Primula vulgaris
A rummage on line suggest that all those bright colours might be down to Primula acaulis. Not native here.
The plant world is fascinating
Lovely. Sarcococca. I don't know which species/cultivar
Bare root plants get away quicker in my experience if planted in autumn or winter.. Potted is easier for garden centres to keep and sell and easier to establish if you're planting in summer
I put them in a Christmas decoration one year, they looked really good.
I didn't eat them
It would be interesting to know what species or hybrid they are. Our natives crossed with something else?
That white bar says hen harrier to me.