This evening, my theme is the interesting primrose plant which flowers at this time of year. I found this isolated clump in a Glaswegian cemetery, a typical habitat.  I believe this plant, which forms part of the primula family, is protected by law. The Latin name for the primrose is Primulus vulgaris. The plant normally grows to a height of  10cm and is native to Britain and Europe. The flowers vary from pale cream to deep yellow in colour.

Elsewhere today:

  • Have posted information on Reid family history to my GlasgowAncestry blog.
  • Helped lead person of small group tour I am arranging with lodgings in London.
  • Undertook further work on a new self-drive tour of Scotland and Ireland.

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