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messageDo primulas normally bloom twice a year ?
Posted by yorksgirl August 02, 03:12PM

Primulas that bloomed profusely Jan to May have started flowering again. I thought they were just once a year flowerers ?

messageRe: Do primulas normally bloom twice a year ?
Posted by Sue August 02, 10:40PM

The weather is all messed up, isn't it?

Plants have been flowering at weird times for years now sad smiley

messageRe: Do primulas normally bloom twice a year ?
Posted by Bob Buzzard August 04, 01:16PM

My petunias in the hanging basket just keep on flowering (with the aid of Baby Bio).

messageRe: Do primulas normally bloom twice a year ?
Posted by yorksgirl August 04, 08:49PM

Haven't had a garden for ages so was quite surprised to see them again. Will try feeding them and hope for all year flower. Pretty sure plants aren't supposed to do that though!

messageRe: Do primulas normally bloom twice a year ?
Posted by Sue August 04, 09:10PM

Petunias are supposed to flower all summer.

That's what they do smiling smiley

(Replying to Bob Buzzard, in case that wasn't clear!)



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was august 06, 12:04am by Sue.

messageRe: Do primulas normally bloom twice a year ?
Posted by yorksgirl August 06, 12:12AM

Didn't spot the primula petunia confusion. Maybe I should leave the primulas to have a bit of a rest then. Thanks for ponting that out...


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