Primroses are cultivated in gardens worldwide, and there are many species and hybrids available. The spring-flowering polyantha hybrids are by far the most popular primroses in temperate gardens. They have an incredible range of flower colors, including many bright, multicolored forms.
Cultivation: Small perennial for USDA hardiness zones 4 to 9. Grows best in partial to full sun with moderate moisture.
Size: Reaches 6" to 1' (15 cm to 30 cm) tall with a spread of 6" to 9" (15 cm to 23 cm).
Flowering: Blooms from late winter through mid-spring.
Propagation methods: seeds, division.