If you can't beat them...

By Jerra

Primula denticulata

Prepping the Lodge and no "walk to the bins" blip.  Why?  This week's giests had emptied all the bins and taken the waste up to the main bins, so I didn't need to.

I decided to look round the Lodge to find a blip and have settled on this primula.  It seems its common name is Drumstick Primula.  I have always know it by its scientific name.  Denticulata is native to parts of Asia e.g. China, India and Nepal among others.  Other colours developed in horticulture include white and pink.  Denticulata refers to the small teeth on the edge of the leaves, while Drumstick is because of the spherical head.

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