|Primula Melanantha: lets hope I don't kill it again|
|Roscoea tibetica: won't show growth til early summer|
|If this Primula Capitata does well I might try growing it in the garden|
I decided I could probably get away with growing Meconopsis quintuplinervia in my little corner of the garden, I was pleased to see there were 2 big and two smaller rosettes. I really hope these do well so I can raise some seedlings to plant out in in my grandmothers driveway.
Finally I added my Saxifraga Rainsley's seedling (my free plant this delivery) into my limey alpine container. The soil is extremely gritty and has plenty of added lime. It has joined an Edelweiss, an Pulsatilla vulgaris (thanks Gardeners World, I had forgotten its name for a minute) an little conifer and some iris.
Tomorrow I will pick up some peat for the Calceolaria and the Meconopsis Napaulensis because they need a more acid soil.