Primula species

Botanical Name: Primula species

Common Name(s): Cowslip, Polyanthus, Primrose

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Description:

Most primulas form basal rosettes of heavily veined leaves from which emerge the flower stems, sometimes with just a single bloom. The flowers usually blooms in Spring. Plant in moist, humus-rich, well-drained soil. These species prefer dappled shade.

Family: Primulaceae

Botanical Pronunciation: PRIM-you-luh

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Frost Hardy
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Non Indigenous
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Regular Maintenance
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Half Sun
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Moderate Watering

Flowers


August
September
October

Description:
Primula species sometimes bears just a single bloom, but often a large terminal head or several well-shaped whorls of flowers.



primula malacoides flower

Foliage

Description:
Most primulas form basal rosettes of heavily veined leaves from which emerge the flower stems.



Origin

Northern Hemisphere

 

Planting Instructions

Plant in moist, humus-rich, well-drained soil.

Recommended Varieties

'Crescendo Blue Shades', 'Crescendo Bright Red', 'Crescendo Golden', 'Crescendo Pink and Rose Shades', 'Danova Purple, White Edge', 'Danova Rose', 'Guinevere', 'Rainbow Blue shades', 'Rainbow Cream Shades', 'Rainbow Scarlet Shades', 'Wanda'

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