Increasingly rare, as people dig them up to put them in their gardens
Ah, you found this in the wild? A lovely pale yellow color. I do love them growing in gardens, too.
29 Mar 2011 5:16am
@DULCIE: That's the point.....Primroses are wild flowers, but there are very few left because people dig them up and put them in their gardens.
29 Mar 2011 5:36am
Beautiful wild flowers!
29 Mar 2011 6:25am
Easy to see why people dig them up, people are people everywhere you go. There seem to
be no boundaries. They are beautiful, the flowers, not the people.
29 Mar 2011 7:01am
Beautifully done, love them in the wild. Easier to net nature have it's course and keep the garden than for me to have to mess with it.
29 Mar 2011 7:14am
Lovely soft light on this glorious flower! I like the way your point of view follows the rising slope of the grassy bank.
29 Mar 2011 7:17am
I remember when i was young , collecting the most of them in my little hands , and what a nice smell they had !
Nice picture .
29 Mar 2011 7:19am
Beautiful flower.. lovely shot.
29 Mar 2011 7:26am
The flower is very beautiful, but the foliage is so ugly! I don't want them in my garden.
29 Mar 2011 7:31am
ah natural is deffinately the best!
29 Mar 2011 7:42am
ah natural is definately the best!
29 Mar 2011 7:43am
Lovely primroses- they don't seem to be popular nowadays, I never see them in gardens.
29 Mar 2011 8:04am
No shortage here Chris. They self seed quite readily.
29 Mar 2011 8:39am
Lovely flowers, great to see these in the wild:-)
29 Mar 2011 8:43am
A pretty bouquet of primrose, flowers which are aptly named to announce the spring. Good day.
29 Mar 2011 9:16am
Wonderful shot. Beautiful flowers. Love the light and colours ... :)
29 Mar 2011 9:24am
Primroses get stolen ? I suppose that's possible - folks around here get their whole gardens stolen and one guy has concreted his shrubs in place. True !
29 Mar 2011 9:57am
@Ronnie 2¢: I reckon people will nick anything, locked, chained, concreted-it doesn't make any difference to some of these scroats
joli bouquet offert par la nature ...
29 Mar 2011 11:27am
Now you know why I don't have green fingers.
29 Mar 2011 11:38am
@Curly: Yep, you can see them walking away with the plants under their arms-completely nonch! It's the same idiots who pick Bluebells "Because they aren't owned by anyone"
ah, that is so sweet spring flower . lovely angle ;)
29 Mar 2011 11:54am
terrific angle and dof, chris! a superb picture of this lovely harbinger of spring! too bad even these things get stolen!
29 Mar 2011 1:44pm
I like the low angle you used to get this view of the Primrose. Pretty flower in its natural state.
29 Mar 2011 2:34pm
So lovely!! It's a shame people do this...though I admit to trying it once and the plant died. So I figured if they were meant to grow in my garden they would been there in the first place. So now I walk in the woods if I want to see woodland flowers....much better that way. Please keep the flowers coming : )
29 Mar 2011 2:54pm
Beautiful bouquet in a natural surrounding. Very good perspective!
29 Mar 2011 3:22pm
Primula Vulgaris! So sweet to find it in the wild! Beautiful! PS did you bring it home? AH AH! :P Ok, I'm joking, just joking.
29 Mar 2011 4:09pm
Nice spring image !
29 Mar 2011 4:42pm
I really like the light coming through the plant and falling on the leaf.
29 Mar 2011 5:16pm
Pretty spring flowers
29 Mar 2011 5:30pm
I planted primroses so perhaps that will offset some of the digging up. Very pretty!
29 Mar 2011 5:56pm
We've got Primroses an Bluebells growing in our garden,and nobody planted them there,just nature spreading it's largesse.
29 Mar 2011 6:22pm
Very nice ......
29 Mar 2011 6:29pm
Beautiful angle and light,lovely little flowers!
29 Mar 2011 6:44pm
I can't imagine anyone doing that Chris, I mean, you'd have to go out at night with a spade :0
29 Mar 2011 7:22pm
Nice angle on this image. So sad that they are stolen! Wonder why those people think that it belongs to them, if there is no other owner around!
29 Mar 2011 7:58pm
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29 Mar 2011 11:19pm
It looks like only this cluster grwoing here without more of others!
30 Mar 2011 1:08am
Sweet spring image and a beautiful shot in this angle.
30 Mar 2011 3:12am
Now these colors mean spring to me. I have only seen primrose as a garden plant. You have them growing wild in your area?
30 Mar 2011 3:17am
30 Mar 2011 4:04pm
I love primroses
30 Mar 2011 5:00pm
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