primula vulgaris

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Colorful, edible flower with sweet, bland taste. Note there is another plant also called Cowslip (Marsh Marigold) which isn’t the same.
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A woodland theme can be created around a simple specimen deciduous tree, under-planted with spring bulbs such as crocus, and native primula vulgaris.
PRETTY Primula vulgaris - great in a woodland garden
Despite all the cold weather of recent weeks, my two clumps of Primula vulgaris (Primrose) have woken up and are just starting to flower - this display will now last until well into April, beating many other spring flowering plants for the longest display of flowers.