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Offline Palustris

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More Spring flowers
« on: April 07, 2021, 08:18:37 PM »

Dwarf Tulip

Auricula seedling

Auricula seedling

Ficaria verna Coppernob

Ficaria verna alba

Ficaria verna Ken Aslett

Dwarf Tulip

Auricula seedling

Trillium

Primula Orange veris

Paeonia mascula ssp russii

Auricula seedling

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Re: More Spring flowers
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2021, 10:36:45 AM »
Great set of photos there Eric.

Did you plant the outdoor ones since you moved to your new abode?

You are a week, maybe 2 weeks ahead of here in Ireland.
My Pulsatilla are only beginning to open.
They are terrific flowers - so spectacular they caught the eye of my grandaughter last year.
Must get a photo of the sighting.

I have the yellow Erythronium - not yet flowering  :).
I did have the pink but it has parted this garden regrettably.
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Re: More Spring flowers
« Reply #2 on: April 08, 2021, 11:44:58 AM »
I stopped trying to grow Auriculas in pots and planted them all out in the garden to live or die as they chose (or the vine weevils and root aphids chose).
Pulsatilla are easy from fresh seed if you want to spread them around.
Erythroniums also grow easily from fresh seed.