March in the garden: Plant of the month

PUBLISHED: 00:16 24 February 2011 | UPDATED: 18:56 20 February 2013

March in the garden: Plant of the month

March in the garden: Plant of the month

March's plant of the month...

Plant of the month: Primula vulgaris


native primrose
pale yellow singular flowers
one of the early signs of spring
combines well with daffodils
crinkled fresh green leaves
numerous hybrids and cultivars


Growing notes
light woodland part shade
easy to grow
hardy
acidic, moist soil
height 20cm, spread 35cm
flowers March to May
divide plants September to April

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