Pictured above is a multicolored flat of primrose. They are a hardy plant and prefer some shade. They are over 500 species of these, and they are ready to plant for our Spring gardens.
One of species I used to plant in Los Angeles grew in tiers like a chandelier. Their flowers were an assortment of pastels. Now I rarely see them in nurseries. They are one of the many welcome to Spring flowers.
As I am writing this post, I remembered the expression of "leading someone down the primrose path". This expression is credit to Shakespeare. Here is more:
The Primrose Path is an 1875 novel by Bram Stoker. It was the writer's first novel, published 22 years before Dracula and serialized in five installments in The Shamrock, a weekly Irish magazine, from February 6, 1875 to March 6, 1875. The title has Shakespearean origin. A primrose path is first referred to in Hamlet and in modern usage signifies a pleasant path that leads to damnation.Wikipedia
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