[img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img] I went to go get paperwork for volenteering at the Miejer Gardens during spring break and lucked out on a day when Steve was their. *I got to see the back rooms again and the plants have changed so much since this winter, I wish I had my camera. *Anyhow, being the totally awsome person that he is, I didn't get out without a few extra new plants *one of which was quite litterally a pile of P. primulifolia. See, they have them growing in what can only be descibed as a big vat of dirt and plants, so Steve just dug out a clump for me [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img] yah! *It's so nice to have one bigger then my thumb... actually, I'm not sure how many I have exactly, it's just a giant wad of plant with a bigillion flowers on top. *He also gave me a new P. morenensis that had cloned it'self in it's pot. *Seeing as how much harder it is to propigate these I consider this a great honer. *[img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] *Anyhow, now that I have 3 P. morenensis I'm sure one will like me.
Now, I have made an observation. *. *. P. primulifolia is.... well, NOT what I would call greasy. *Now, P. morenensis, that is greasy, but P. primulifolia, well.... that's just nasty slimey. *It's like someone blew their nose on my plant, lol! *I wouldn't have known this... and didn't untill/unless I had potted the thing and gotten my hand all gooy. *So, in the future, when I'm about to repot a species I have not had to get a grip on before, should I expect drool or oil? *The act of being slimed is no big deal, the act of being slimed when you don't expect it is not that pleasent.
P.S. *Um, anyone want seed?