Explore Primroses, Blooms and more!

Explore related topics

Primrose

Primrose

Primrose Blooms Yuma Desert Magazine December 1973 Palm Desert California   #doesnotapply

Primrose Blooms Yuma Desert Magazine December 1973 Palm Desert California #doesnotapply

Rose Pink Evening Primrose Bloom Filet Crochet Art Decor by RSS Designs In Fiber @rssdesignsfiber #bmecountdown

Rose Pink Evening Primrose Bloom Filet Crochet Art Decor by RSS Designs In Fiber @rssdesignsfiber #bmecountdown

#Flower #Doily - Wild #Rose #Pink #Evening #Primrose #Bloom - Filet Crochet | #Handmade by @rssdesignsfiber --  RSSDesignsInFiber  ~~~  This is a finished #Filet #Crochet design - crocheted by me in fine size 30 DMC Cordonnet Special (which use to some in this discontinued pink color, which I acquired some of) -- from a rather Advanced Pattern in a Magic Crochet Magazine (tho out of print -- you can find second-hand copies of these great Thread Crochet magazines online).

#Flower #Doily - Wild #Rose #Pink #Evening #Primrose #Bloom - Filet Crochet | #Handmade by @rssdesignsfiber -- RSSDesignsInFiber ~~~ This is a finished #Filet #Crochet design - crocheted by me in fine size 30 DMC Cordonnet Special (which use to some in this discontinued pink color, which I acquired some of) -- from a rather Advanced Pattern in a Magic Crochet Magazine (tho out of print -- you can find second-hand copies of these great Thread Crochet magazines online).

The evening primrose plant is one of the few native wildflowers in North America. As the name suggests, the yellow evening primrose blooms at night. It produces lovely yellow flowers from May to July. It is considered to have a wide array of medicinal uses from relieving headaches and inducing labor to curing baldness and as a treatment for laziness. All parts if the evening primrose plant can also be eaten. The leaves are eaten like leaves and the roots are eaten like potatoes.

The evening primrose plant is one of the few native wildflowers in North America. As the name suggests, the yellow evening primrose blooms at night. It produces lovely yellow flowers from May to July. It is considered to have a wide array of medicinal uses from relieving headaches and inducing labor to curing baldness and as a treatment for laziness. All parts if the evening primrose plant can also be eaten. The leaves are eaten like leaves and the roots are eaten like potatoes.

This sunset is worth the trip !  CADAB 110 -   Desert sand verbena and dune evening primrose blooming on dunes at sunrise with Coyote Mountain in the distance, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California, USA --- (4x5 inch original, File size: 6110x4800, 83.9mb uncompressed).

This sunset is worth the trip ! CADAB 110 - Desert sand verbena and dune evening primrose blooming on dunes at sunrise with Coyote Mountain in the distance, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California, USA --- (4x5 inch original, File size: 6110x4800, 83.9mb uncompressed).

01 March 2017 Dear Lucy, A sure sign of spring, other than the return flight of the swallows and the first flush of lemony primrose blooms in the shady hedgerows, is the sight of Vernon and his ice…

01 March 2017 Dear Lucy, A sure sign of spring, other than the return flight of the swallows and the first flush of lemony primrose blooms in the shady hedgerows, is the sight of Vernon and his ice…

01 March 2017 Dear Lucy, A sure sign of spring, other than the return flight of the swallows and the first flush of lemony primrose blooms in the shady hedgerows, is the sight of Vernon and his ice…

01 March 2017 Dear Lucy, A sure sign of spring, other than the return flight of the swallows and the first flush of lemony primrose blooms in the shady hedgerows, is the sight of Vernon and his ice…

Pinterest
Search