Friday, 19 March 2010

More Spring Flowers: Primroses

Primrose, Primula vulgaris

I didn't have to go far to find these primroses, they were hiding away in a shady area of the garden. Now I just need to find some daffodils to complete my collection of Spring flowers :-)

10 comments:

Paul said...

I love that shot, even though it brakes one of the biggest photography rules. Rules are meant to be broken, indeed :)

Kloggers/Polly said...

Gosh!!! My primroses are just leaf tips that are barely visible above the soil at the moment. Are these in a particularly warm spot or perhaps near to the house for them to be so far forward and in flower?

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Ah, just gorgeous. Love the earthtones.

fullet said...

They're so lovely, and heartwarming. Nice to see the Spring here!

Secondary Roads said...

Here in west Michigan, spring is slower in arriving. Only crocus blossoms can be seen. Tulips and daffodils are pushing up through the earth. The hyacinth has yet to make an appearance.

The Ancient Digger said...

I've never seen these before. They are so lovely and soft looking.

Eli @ Business Sphere said...

Picture of flowers like this always refreshes me, and makes me wax poetic.

Oh, flower, my sweet smelling primroses,
How ineffable is your loveliness!
Your beauty a joy, an inspiration
In this puzzling world.

But you, primroses, my flower, are lucky,
As John was able to capture your beauty,
And immortalizes it in his wonderful blog,
For all the world to see.

Ratty said...

I like those flowers all in a row. I'm waiting to be able to see things like this here now. It should all be coming soon.

Sharkbytes said...

I love the little primroses. Mine are all long dead. Thanks for sharing!

John | English Wilderness said...

Paul, I'm curious which rules I've broken. Normally I just take what feels right.

Polly, they're close to a fence which shades them from the wind although it also blocks most of the light.

Eli, every so often you surprise me! Are there any other talents you're hiding? :-)

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