Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Primrose

While in the grocery store today, I literally stopped to smell the flowers.  They had some hyacinths there that smelled like spring.  I didn't pick one of those up, but I did get this pretty Primrose for only $1.98.

It is such a pretty flower.


I love the red color with the pop of yellow in the center.  Very cheery.

One. Dollar. Ninety. Eight. Cents.

Well worth it don't you think?


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24 comments:

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest said...

I love primroses! They're such a happy flower with all the colors that available. Love it in that urn!

Vee said...

Absolutely and they speak to the coming spring, which is all the more pleasant.

Lisa~A Cottage To Me said...

I love primroses. I use to have them circling a tree that was planted a few years ago for me on Mother's Day. But the darn myrtle took over and choked them all out. Very nice buy!

Donna said...

I love primroses too. So springy, and what a bargain!

It feels like spring here today. I was outside weeding and just took the dogs for a walk. The warm sunshine feels wonderful!

Hugs,
Donna

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Very pretty Penny and so well worth it!

Sarah said...

Penny, the primrose is sweet, but for me, I would have had to come home with the hyacinth. Makes me think I need to stop by the grocery store this afternoon and smell the flowers. Perhaps a hyacinth will be waiting. ~ Sarah

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

That is so pretty in that urn. I need to buy a couple even though I will end up killing them.

Kelly said...

I would definitely agree. That flower reminds me of an african violet too.

April said...

Oh, how pretty! I think we can all use a little splash of color these days!

Nancy said...

BEAUTIFUL!

Kathleen Grace said...

I love primroses brilliant colors and the price is always a steal! Did you know you can plant them outside in a shady cool spot and they rebloom? After a while in the house they look a liottle dead, but they spring right back when planted:>)

Bonnie said...

What a bargain. Love your urn!!!

thistlewoodfarm said...

What a beautiful flower! I love the pop of red.....worth way more than $1.98.
blessings,
karianne

Paula said...

You'll definitely get your $1.98 worth of enjoyment out of this!

Daffodil Hill said...

I just love that pop of color. It looks so lovely!

Mary said...

I love it - and the addition of the moss and beautiful pot. Have you ever had luck planting them in the garden later? Mine have never done well sadly.

see you there! said...

Pretty primrose, money well spent!

Darla

High Vista Cooperative Gardeners said...

Under two bucks - worth it at twice the price. Bringing nature inside is the best way to cure the winter doldrums~

Janet said...

I adore primroses, so perky and even friendlier than daisies I think :)

Eileen said...

How pretty! Totally worth it. :)

injoyinmylife said...

It completely brightens up the whole room and makes a big grin on my face. A steal at twice the price!

Jeanne said...

Hi Penny, I love the primrose and it looks great on your table in the urn. I like the price too. Thanks for sharing them.
Hugs, Jeanne

Pondside said...

I love to fill a planter at the front door with primroses of every colour. They lift my spirits with their sunny centres.

KarenHarveyCox said...

Penny,
The Primrose looks so pretty on your coffee table. I love how you can add lovely touches everywhere without it ever looking cluttered. If you lived closer by I would have you come over for your advice about how to display things.

I've been invited to be part of a new Photography blog called Focusing On Life. I posted my first post there. Stop by if you get a chance.

http://focusingonlifegrp.blogspot.com/2012/02/smitten-with-joy-of-photography.html

Karen