It is still cool and wet up here but the primroses are starting to bloom. Their vigorous colors brightening the flower bed just before the tulips start their show.
The winter was not a good one for them and only less than half of them made it to the spring. I was so waiting to see my first drumstick primroses to bloom for the first time.
In the autumn they looked well and strong. Now I look at them and only hope that even some of them would start to show some signs of life.
Well I am not yet ready to give up. New pack of seeds is now in the bed and I am waiting. The sad thing is that it takes longer than a year to see the blooms.
PS. Primrose seeds are tiny but seem to grow if they manage to stay in a moist ground in the beginning.