Queen Victoria is said to have given Benjamin Disraeli bunches of primroses
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|Caption||The Flowers That Bloom: Spring's Heralds. Queen Victoria is said to have given Benjamin Disraeli bunches of primroses. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 463 (28 November 1970; reused in Look and Learn Book 1983).|
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|flowers nature countryside Primula primrose Benjamin Disraeli Lord Beaonfield Prime Minister Queen Victoria Primrose Day statue Parliament Square Oxlip Polyanthus Auricula Charles Dickens Scarlet Pimpernel given bunches primroses|
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