I am finding that Primroses inside the house in pots require lots of watering; every two days the plants need to be thoroughly watered so the soil is completely moist. However, the plants should be not sitting in water. Once the plants are planted outside in the garden, then they really don't require any care; at least that's the case with my garden primrose. It sits nestled among the Lavender and Astilbe plants, getting whatever shade it requires from these plants, and flower profusely.
One of the indoor succulent plant is also ready to flower. It's flower looks BEAUTIFUL. Sorry I don't have any photo but I promise to take one next time it flowers. It seems like this plant flowers twice a year - spring and mid/late summer.
My Poinsettias are also going strong. How long do they survive? I read everywhere that these plants do not survive long and thus they are thrown out after Christmas. Of course, I am never going to throw them out. Plants from my house are thrown out (into the compost) only after they die. That's why I don't even uproot my weeds and feel too much pain when I dig out my root vegetables :-(. I guess this Hinduism/Jainism/Budhism upbringing, where no living creatures are to be harmed, is creating quite a havoc in my mind; now and then I feel like quitting gardening because I am finding it difficult to deal with aphid-problems as they need to be killed. Okay, enough of my mindless blabbering. Here are my Poinsettias: