Wild Primrose Seeds (Primula vulgaris), Wild Flowers like the primrose have disappeared due to urban development. By introducing just a few primrose flowers to your garden you will attract butterflies, bees and seed-eating birds.
Seeds should be sown between March to April and August to September.
In autumn sow wild primrose seeds in a tray of peat compost and leave the primrose seed uncovered. Cover the tray with glass to protect from mice and prevent compost drying out.
Place tray in sheltered spot outside and leave over the winter to be frosted. In spring, some seeds will germinate, but most will wait until after the following winter.
In good moist soil. Primerose will grow in both sunny or shaded locations in the garden.
March to June