Information About Primroses

Primroses are among the earliest flowers to bloom in spring, providing spots of cheerful color while winter is fading away and most blooming plants are still dormant. However, many gardeners grow primroses as annuals because they frequently don’t survive summer’s heat and intense sunlight. Either way, growing primroses is easy. The following articles will tell you how to plant and care for primroses.

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Primrose Plant Problems: Common Diseases And Pests Of Primula

By Tanya Hein

Proper planting and culture can prevent many primula plant problems, but it is a good idea to become familiar with some of the diseases and pests of primula. This article provides more information on common problems with primroses.

Yellowing Primrose Plants: Why Are Primrose Leaves Turning Yellow

By Liz Baessler

Sometimes, you may discover what you thought to be healthy primrose leaves turning yellow, which can put a real damper on an otherwise happy celebration of spring. Learn how to treat yellow primrose leaves in this article.

German Primula Info: Tips On Caring For Primula Obonica Plants

By Liz Baessler

German primrose plants produce beautiful blooms in a wide variety of colors for many months at a time, and can be very rewarding to grow. Click this article for more German primula information and try your hand at growing them.

Growing Primroses Indoors: Tips For Primrose Indoor Care

By Heather Rhoades

The cheery flowers on primroses can chase away wintera??s dreariness, but they also leave many owners asking how to grow primrose indoors. Primrose indoor care is important, and this article will help.

Growing Primrose – Primrose Plants In Your Garden

By Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden

Primrose flowers bloom in early spring, offering a variety of form, size, and color. They are suitable for use in garden beds, borders and containers. Get growing and care information for primrose here.

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