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Want more of these all over...got them from a friend....primula

 
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Here's the other one-bloodroot, which is a native...

 
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I love Blood Root. DH found some in the woods & brot it home. They have such great seed pods. Mine finished blooming about 2 weeks ago.

I have heard that the Indians used the root for war paint.
 
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Oh so pretty. Love Prinula and have never seen blood root.
I always learn from you folks!


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Very pretty!


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Those are so pretty......never had any luck with Primula either, but they are such pretty plants. Your bloodroot is pretty too...never saw that before.

So glad that you are finally getting blooms. Your spring is on it's way.


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Love them both....wish they would grow here.


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