Stop! says Buddha. That drumstick Primula is hogging the spotlight, or at least the sunlight.
Let's balance this bouquet's blooms with a little shade.
White Fritillaria meleagris, yellow Erythronium 'Pagoda,' deep yellow Caltha palustris (Marsh marigold), Viola 'Etain,' the tiny white flowers of Isopyrum biternatum (False rue anemone), Hyacinthus orientalis 'City of Haarlem,' Muscari latifolium (Grape hyacinth) and Primula denticulata 'Alba' (Drumstick primrose).
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Last year I dug out the City of Harlem Hyacinths and moved them to a shadier area with the late daffodils. They came up this Spring with the same soft yellow color but stems that have fewer flowers. Hope they stay this way as I love the simplicity. In their old location, they were so top heavy with flowers they always fell over.
This post is part of the Monday meme at Rambling in the Garden.