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Primula vulgaris wild form (acaulis)   

Softly fragrant, pale creamy yellow flowers with darker yellow centers bloom on single stems in spring from rosettes of dark green rosettes of crinkled foliage.  Grows  to 8" tall and 14" wide. This old-fashioned heirloom makes a great short cut flower with plants quickly producing new blooms in place of those cut. 

    Common Name:Wild Primrose
    Hardiness Zones:5-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant where soil is moist and high in organic matter.

About Primula: The brightly colored flowers of the primrose plant bloom early in spring. Native to bogs, moist meadows and woodlands, they are perfect for damp or poorly drained soil. Try under a rain downspout, next to your water feature, pond or stream. With adequate moisture, it also performs well in a border (or rock garden for the more dwarf varieties). A great choice for all gardeners.