These have been re-established locally - by gathering seed early summer, and scattering in it on suitable new areas soon after Christmas.
Like all Primulas, the seeds need light and a cold period to germinate well.
They prefer a reasonably open area where grass is not too dominant, they often grow naturally in our 'lawn'.
One a group is naturalised they look after themselves and new clumps appear some way off.
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Flora, Fauna, and Close-ups· 32 images
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- Taken with SONY DSC-RX100M5
- Focal Length 8.8 mm
- Exposure Time 1/1600
- f Aperture f/2.0
- ISO Speed 200
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