Primula vulgaris ‘Lexington’ – “Lexington Primrose”

Botanical Name: Primula vulgaris ‘Lexington’

Common Name: “Lexington Primrose”

Characteristics:

Height: .5 to 1 Foot

Spread: 1 Foot

Light: Partial sun

Bloom: March-April

Description:

A GOODNESS GROWS INTRODUCTION. Pale-yellow flowers with golden eyes cluster above rosettes of crinkled foliage. Prefers a rich, fertile, well-draining soil that is kept evenly moist. Divide older clumps in the fall for rejuvenation. This little  cottage garden treasure has been successfully cultivated here in Lexington, Georgia for many generations.

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