I love seeing these little plants pop up through the ground with their delicate flowers of soft creamy yellow. A perennial stalwart, often spotted growing wild in woods, hedgerows, pastures and embankments. A treasure and a keeper. Plant in partial shade for a woodland feel.
Botanical name: Primula vulgaris
Other names: Primrose, Culver keys, Native primrose, Wild primrose
Species: P. vulgaris – P. vulgaris is a pretty perennial plant forming rounded leaves and pale yellow flowers in early spring.
Primula vulgaris is: Semi evergreen
Flower: Pale-yellow in Spring
Foliage: Bright-green in All seasons
Fragrance: Flowers are fragrant.
Habit: Clump-forming, Rosette
Awards: RHS AGM (Award of Garden Merit)
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