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Saturday, January 15, 2011

Primrose!

Hi everyone! I'm joining Seasonal Sunday,  Mosaic Monday and Nifty Thrifty Tuesday with the flower that comes out right after Christmas each year to brighten our winter days...
Primrose! 
I picked this up today for $1.49 and I also found this little milk glass footed planter for 79¢ at the Salvation Army! A fun little centerpiece for less than $2.50 that will last for weeks:@) 
They are perennial, so after they fade you can plant them outside.
These mosaics (pics from the net) show a very small offering of the colors they come in!
They have different petal configurations and leaf shapes to!
I hope you'll treat yourself to some pretty Primrose too!
Have a happy day:@)

31 comments:

  1. Such a pretty centerpiece!!! I love happy colors!!!

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  2. Lynn, that's one of my favorites. Love primroses. They are so cute and sweet.

    Will join you later for SS. I'm behind the eight ball and I haven't gotten my post finished.

    Happy Seasonal Sunday to you...

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  3. I love primrose, too. That purple one is gorgeous. Thanks for the tip on the lentils!

    XO,
    Jane

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  4. It is gorgeous. I have never planted any before...must get right on that♥

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  5. Those are lovely. I have never tried growing primrose. I may look into it in the spring.

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  6. I am going to find a primrose and bring one home! So pretty and I could use some nice color in my home right now.

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  7. Gorgeous flowers - of course the purple one is my favorite !

    thanks for visiting Lavender Hill !

    gena

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  8. Hi Lynn,
    Lovely little centerpiece.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  9. OMGosh, these gorgeous flowers are making me want spring time to hurry up and get here Ÿ

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  10. Bright colors are just what I need! La

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  11. Lynn,
    The primrose is lovely. I do love primrose, too!

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  12. One of my favorite flowers, the primrose. Your's is very pretty this time of year. I must wait until spring for mine.

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  13. Ahh, so pretty! My favourite too...Mine have just stopped flowering. Beautiful....and thanks so much for stopping by me.
    Shel ♥

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  14. Very pretty! Would you believe I've never thought of having primrose inside? I've always thought of them as an outdoor plant, but how neat to enjoy inside before planting. I really like this idea, I need to see some pretty summery colors right now.

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  15. Love the little primroses. I so need to go and get some to stash around the house. I really like the mosaics you did on them too.

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  16. Although there are many beautiful primulas, the wild yellow primroses that grow along the lanes here in Normandy are my favourites.
    I always know that Spring is here when they start to bloom.
    Thanks for stopping by NL today.

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  17. Photos of flowers always make me smile. Love the mosaics.

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  18. A perfect centerpiece! For Valentine's Day, Troy usually gives me either a Primrose or a mini rose plant. Then when Spring comes we plant it. Yup, no big bouquets or cnadies here for V-Day. But, now I have a pretty garden with past Valentine flowers that bloom each year.

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  19. I love little primroses. They are such a sweet little flower to brighten our winter's days. Thanks for reminding us of these little treasures and bringing them to Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  20. Just seeing pictures of flowers today makes me feel good! Very pretty!

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  21. Beautiful! I love primroses and every spring I plant those that are still alive in my garden. I have one or two that actually have returned the next spring!

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  22. Oh..primrose are so pretty!!!!


    Join to my "romantic" contest (even your friends are invited).... .hugs, Flavia

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  23. I can only enjoy them has house plants as my soil is too sandy to grow them. They have such cheery faces and come in wonderful colors. I love put 3 or 4 pots together in a basket on the table.

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  24. Such a pretty plant -- and what a deal, well done!

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  25. Great idea! Primroses aren't in my local stores yet...at least where I shop. But I do buy them for my kitchen and then plant them in my gardens. I LOVE them. :)

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  26. Someone gave me a pot of the yellow ones with some baked goos for Christmas...mine came in a cute little burlap bag...love your milk glass vase:)

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  27. The primroses are just coming into the grocery stores now - I opted for cut daffodils and iris but may pick up a pot this week.

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  28. How thrifty AND pretty! I am such a plant killer, who knows it I could make something like this last?! I'm still waiting for my narcissus to bloom and I've already let one of my $15 holiday vignette mini trees go to sweet plant heaven. A brown thumb is nothing to be proud of, let me tell ya. I guess it could be worse and be black! LOL ~ Sue

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  29. What pretty posies! I didn't know you could grow primrose as a houseplant.
    Blessings, Beth

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