Primula come in many different sizes and petal
Other Names: Cowslip, Primrose,
Descriptions: Primula has tufted basal
leaves with showy pretty flowers in clusters.
Size: Primula is a low growing plant that
is typically 2 to 12 inches tall. Some primula
species will grow up to 40 inches.
Symbolism: Primulas symbolize first love.
Grow Details: Primulas are moderately
easy to grow.
Soil Type: Varied
- Sandy, Clay, Loam
Soil PH: PH 6.0-7.5
Light: Part Sun or Filtered Sun
Grow Zone: 3, 4, 5, 6,
7, 8, 9
Height: Primula is a low growing
plant that is typically 2 to 12 inches tall.
Flower Colors: Purple, Yellow, Blue,
Red, Pink, White
Propagation: Primula can be propagated
Blooming Period: April to May
Type: Annual or Perennial
Herbal Remedy Properties: Wine made from
Cowslip (Primula), was used as a sedative.
Native Area: Primula are native to the
temperate areas of the Northern Hemisphere.
Other: Primula is named for the Latin
word Prime meaning "first" because it
is one of the first Spring flowers to bloom.