Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Primrose meet your cousin...


An early Spring flower, the Cowslip is a cousin of the Primrose flower. Folklore has it that in early traditions, these bright, small blooms were strewn on pathways at church, for weddings.  The clustered together, tube-like flowers are golden yellow on tall stems with crinkly leaves.  A useful flower for landscaping to provide dense foliage and fill the garden where there is room to spare!

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