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Carolyn @ Carolyns Shade Gardens

You and I like the same plants. I have a collection of about 30 different epimediums, and I love the bright color of ssp. colchicum, which I have for sale at my nursery. I also have that wonderful primrose and love primroses in general. I have tried the yellow muscari several times with no success---leaves only :-(.


Beautiful, Karen! the flowers and your photos!


Carolyn, no surprise, when plants are good they get our attention. Do you have Epimedium brachyrihzum? And... I love that you sell Primula sieboldii.


Elin, thank-you so much. Unfortunately we already have ticks and poison ivy, something you don't have to worry about.

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