In My Garden Today - Primula Belarina Buttercup
I'm a big fan of the genus Primula. It's a huge genus and we grow so few in this area. I'm especially fond of the double vulgaris forms. Two years ago I planted the above Primula Belarina Buttercup in my woodland garden and it has performed beautifully ever since. I've found in many cases the doubles aren't as strong or vigorous as the singles, but this form is certainly robust. It literally forms a carpet of yellow flowers and is happy to be divided every two years - giving you more effect for your money. A great way to brighten the shady corner of the garden. Baker's Acres still has a few for sale HERE.
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- Ulysses Hedrick