The sweet taste and shape of the petals make them perfect for sugaring

Sow: September to December

Flowers: February to May (a year or more after sowing)

Where:  Sow in sun or a shady spot.  Ideal for smaller gardens.  Will grow in containers, window boxes, wildlife gardens, flower borders, vegetable patches.

How many seeds?  Average 30 seeds.

Also known as: Primula vulgaris, Primrose, Common Primrose, English Primrose, First Rose, Wildflower of the British Isles

Wild Primrose

This pretty wildflower, native to Britain, provides delicately scented, pale yellow flowers for the garden and the plate.  This herbaceous perennial is popular with those keen on cake decoration, as the flowers are particularly suited to sugaring.  The young leaves are also edible and can be added to salads or used as a green vegetable.  Wild Primroses are a hardy flower which will provide you with a lovely, natural yellow carpet of flowers early in the year, a sure sign that spring is on the way!

Presentation Pack includes:-
Wild Primrose Seed
Growing & Harvesting Primrose Instructions
Primrose Eating Guide
Primrose Recipe Leaflet
4 Additional Edible Flower Recipe Cards

Plant Label

Refill Packs include:-Flower Seeds only


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