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    An easy to understand guide to growing and caring for Primrose plants, with planting, propagation, light and watering requirements, growing tips and photos.
    12 Jan 2018 Primrose perennials should be planted in lightly shaded areas with well-drained soil, preferably amended with organic matter. Set primrose plants about 6 to 12 inches apart and 4 to 6 inches deep. Water thoroughly after planting. Add a layer of mulch around the plants to help retain moisture.

    15 Mar 2012 Read our tips for growing primroses in your garden, including how and when to divide and how best to plant potted primroses.
    They grow well in a normal soil, either in pots or in the ground, but must be very well drained and they appreciate shade at mid-day. Auriculas growing in an old ceramic sink with saxifraga. If your soil is heavy, add some small gravel and a gravel mulch around the plant will help to avoid rot if the winter is wet.
    14 Mar 2015 THERE are hundreds of varieties of spring-flowering primulas to choose from, so which should you pick?
    20 Aug 2005 And one plant that makes a colourful display is the Primula. There are many different varieties and these flower from July until October orPrimula are easy to grow perennial plants which come in manydifferent colours and shapes. Many people thinking of Primula will bring to mind the popular
    24 May 2010
    2 Oct 2014 Start BELARINA® Primulas from a 72ct plug, potting them up in early to mid-fall using 1 plug per 1Qt or 4 ?” deep pot or 5 plugs per 12 inch bowl. Use a well-drained growing media that also has good water holding properties such as a peat/bark/perlite mix with a pH of 5.8-6.2.
    To grow primroses outdoors, you must mimic the environment of a forest, ensuring moist, humus-rich soil and dappled, indirect sunlight. Although they will

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