Primrose's bloom time

How long are primrose's in bloom? Until fall?
Submitted by raymondcic



 Thanks for writing! It depends on the type of primrose you're growing. Most of the common true primroses (Primula species) bloom in spring; most evening primroses (Oenothera species), on the other hand, bloom throughout the summer.


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do primroses need to be pruned
Submitted by aponce27
I live in SW Wisconsin and have a garden full of Primroses that look like a rose, are legumes and travel underneath the ground to multiply. They bloom all summer until frost. You need to keep them contained or they will take over your property! I love them. They will bloom, then rest a spell, rebloom and are tough. They will need water once in awhile to keep the blooms going and that is about it. Hope this helps.
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