Primula vulgaris

Flowers and leaves can be eaten raw. Leaves can be cooked. Leaves include a high amount of Vitamin C. Roots can be used as a pain killer or against a cold.

When growing from seed, sow in early spring so temperatures do not rise above 20C since this inhibits germination.

The plant is more resistant to drought than to waterlogging so be careful with watering.


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