Photo of primrose stemless or common, Chinese, Cuca, soft-leaved

Photo of primrose stemless or common, Chinese, Cuca, soft-leaved

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Briefly about leaving

The primrose needs bright, but diffused lighting; on the south side, it will have to be covered from the direct sun. The optimum temperature is from 16 to 20 degrees, and during flowering - from 12 to 16. Water the primrose sparingly, a couple of days after the topsoil dries, and during flowering more often - immediately after the soil on the surface dries up.

Air humidity practically does not affect the development and flowering of primrose. They feed it only twice - at the beginning of the last decade of July and at the end of the first decade of August. It is necessary to remove yellowed leaves and faded inflorescences. The transplant is carried out annually after flowering. The primroses are propagated by axillary shoots, seeds, or by dividing the rosettes.

Read more about primrose care.

Popular types

Primrose stemless or common, Chinese and Cuian, soft-leaved or soft, reverse conical.

Primula acaulis / stemless primrose

Primula acaulis / stemless primrose

Primula acaulis / stemless primrose

Primula kewensis

Primula kewensis

Primula kewensis

Primula malacoides / soft primrose (soft-leaved)

Primula malacoides / soft primrose (soft-leaved)

Primula malacoides / soft primrose (soft-leaved)

Primula obconica / reverse conic primrose

Primula obconica / reverse conic primrose

Primula obconica / reverse conic primrose

Primula vulgaris / common primrose

Primula vulgaris / common primrose

Primula vulgaris / common primrose

Literature

  1. Read the topic on Wikipedia
  2. Features and other plants of the Primroses family
  3. List of all species on The Plant List
  4. More information on World Flora Online
  5. Indoor Plants Information

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