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Out of season

10 October 2017 20:55:52

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I know it's not unusual for primulas to have a second flowering in autumn, but Pulsatilla?  Certainly a first time for me, and there are two more buds coming on it. 


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Jacinta D Jacinta D 10 October 2017 21:09:55

That's mad!

Your primula looks very similar to P. 'Dawn Ansell'.  It's great to see a few Primroses/Primulas flowering away now as the colour wanes from the summer garden.


LindaB LindaB 11 October 2017 08:45:32

I have a white pulsatilla flowering too, think it is confused!

 


Gracedieu Lass Gracedieu Lass 11 October 2017 09:08:02

That is very unusual and the red is lovely. 


Jackie Jackie 13 October 2017 08:24:43

It's quite a mild October and to get milder! So not surprised to see those surprises. It's a lovely colour. 


Scrubber Scrubber 13 October 2017 18:06:28

The pulsatilla is a fascinating one! at this time. I have primula Florinda out in the bog. Topsy turvy I think!


Scrubber Scrubber 13 October 2017 18:06:30

The pulsatilla is a fascinating one! at this time. I have primula Florinda out in the bog. Topsy turvy I think!


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