Primula verisCommon Name: 'Common cowslip'
AGM. This much loved native flower of old meadows, has become relatively rare in the wild due to modern agricultural methods. It forms rosettes of dark green leaves which produce upright stems bearing clusters of fragrant, nodding bright yellow bell-shaped flowers. Mar-May. H25cm S25cm.
Best grown in moist, humus-rich soil in sun or partial shade, It is an excellent choice for naturalizing in short grass and is charming grown with Anemones, Pulmonarias and spring flowering bulbs. The nodding heads of deep yellow flowers are sweetly scented.