I’ve moved…

the mystery plant from the stone feature where I’d recently planted it into a large round container,  where I think it will do better.

As you can see it’s already doing well with leaf buds now beginning to show on all six stems.

 

 

 

Replacing it is the small clump of red flowering Michaelmas daisies, which had temporarily been in a small pot awaiting a more permanent home.

 

 

The yellow and white primroses in the long planter have been flowering for months but at times they’ve clearly suffered when it’s been cold and wet, with the flowers and leaves turning brown rather quickly.  I’ve tidied them up and hope that they revive during the coming weeks.

Take care, and have a good week!

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16 Responses to I’ve moved…

  1. Liz says:

    It does help to move things around (indoors and out) from time to time. I hope your primroses fare better with some drier days ahead.

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  2. Primroses are pretty tolerant of all but drought. Happy Easter xx

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  3. menhir1 says:

    I should think your M Daisies will like having their own larger space and they will reward you with an attractive display. It seems you have every chance of finding out what your mystery plant is now. There’s nothing like giving a nutritious new home to plants that constantly give, as your Primroses have done.

    Your plotting is taking shape. It feels different to me from previous years. Perhaps you are changing your methods as well as your layout? Xxx

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    • Flighty says:

      Menhir I agree, and hope they do. I’m sure I will find out what it is. I agree about the primroses.
      I like to think that it is. You could well be right. There maybe some minimal changes to both but nothing really of note. xx

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  4. Andy Randall says:

    Your mystery plant is looking good, the suspense should be over soon. I’m sure those primroses will rally in warmth and sunshine, such sturdy little flowers. Finally feel that l am making headway at last, lots of weeding, things looking up! Have a good gardening week xx

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  5. nikkipolani says:

    Your primroses are pretty hardy to look as good as they do after all that blustery weather! Looking forward to seeing what the mystery plant yields in its new location.

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  6. Jo says:

    I wonder what your mystery plant could be, perhaps once it comes into leaf it will give you more of an idea. We had all four seasons in one day yesterday, sunshine, wind, hail and snow. I’m hoping we get some more settled weather soon.

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  7. I do like the yellow and white primroses.
    I too wonder what your mystery plant could be,
    Hoping you’ve had a good week, it’s certainly turned cooler.

    All the best Jan

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  8. snowbird says:

    Your mystery plant looks like some kind of fruit bush to me, maybe a raspberry? Time will tell. I do love a Michaelmas daisy, they should thrive there, they are pretty indestructible. Your primroses will thank you for that tidy up.xxx

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    • Flighty says:

      Snowbird it’s definitely a flowering bush with small white flowers. Me too, and hope this one does well. I’m sure they will, and they look better already. xx

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