To Daniel Oliver 1 April 1
Down Bromley Kent
My dear Sir
I never dreamed that primroses did not abound with you & am sorry to have given you extra trouble.—2 I send by this Post, some flowers which I do not doubt will arrive safely & in fresh state.— Thanks for information about Oxalis.—
Please keep memorandum what I owe you for Cypripedium; & I can repay you when I know what the Dionæas cost, if any can be got—3
Yours most truly | C. Darwin
CD never dreamed primroses did not abound with DO; apologises for trouble and sends flowers.
Will repay DO for cost of Cypripedium and for the Dionaea, if any can be got.
Please cite as
Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 3106,” accessed on 26 October 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-3106