I would much sooner have your good opinion than my silver buttons, any day'; and he ran and plucked all his pretty primroses
, and filled the Miller's basket.
At the sound of a cawing overhead I looked up at the huge fighting-machine that would fight no more for ever, at the tattered red shreds of flesh that dripped down upon the overturned seats on the summit of Primrose
ON THIS DAY PRIMROSE
DAY - The Primrose
Society places primroses
at the statue of Benjamin Disraeli in Parliament Square on the anniversary of his death in 1881.
There is something hugely joyful about seeing the first primroses
, their pale flowers are so reassuring.
These are bedding plants bred from crosses between primroses
, cowslips and oxlips.
I can understand primroses
and bluebells being in the top three, but find it interesting that wood anemones came in at number three - as lovely as they are.
It was said that children who eat primroses
Devon paper mills included a bunch of primroses
with every consignment of paper sent out in spring during the 1930s and 1940s and Wiggins Teape continued the practice until the 1970s, when picking primroses
and Easter are both a little late this year - is it a coincidence?
No doubt wild primroses
have found their way into gardens from the very first time plots were set aside to cultivate food and though No doubt wild primroses
have found their way into gardens from the very first time plots were set aside to cultivate food and though they can be used as food and drink - primrose
wine must be a delicacy - it is for the joy they bring to spirit and soul that they are prized.
As it turns out, primroses
are more varied than generally believed.
THE breeding history of bright coloured giant flowered late winter/spring primroses
and polyanthus is obscure.