Primula veris

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Synonyms for Primula veris

early spring flower common in British isles having fragrant yellow or sometimes purple flowers

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SYNOPTIC TABLE (NUMBER OF SPECIES OCCURRENCES PER GROUP) Sesleria Sesleria caerulea- caerulea-Inula Primula veris salicina community community (Bromion) (Molinion) Number of releves 25 103 Mean number of species per releve 21.
The yellow Primula Veris, or cowslip, is best grown in groups.
Other plants to be seen in March are Forsythia, Chaenomeles, Helleborus orientalis (Lenten rose), Ribes sanguineum (Flowering currant), Primula veris (cowslips) and of course daffodils.
Polyanthus came about from crossing the common primrose, primula vulgaris, with the cowslip, primula veris, and from such humble beginnings has come a wide range of cultivars with colours ranging from whites through to dark reds which almost appear black .
The purpose of this study was to test whether the seed set of Primula veris L.
The name primula comes from primus, Latin for first, indicating the early-flowering habit of the yellow cowslip, Primula veris - "first of spring" - one of the parents from which polyanthus have been bred.