Caring for primroses
How do you care for primroses? Mine were beautiful two weeks ago and now they are falling over, separating, and not so much in bloom!!
Submitted by aponce27



Thanks for writing. Most primroses are cool-season plants and suffer when temperatures get warm, especially at night. The plants are beautiful for spring and usually fade in summer, so it could just be a part of their natural cycle.


But, most primroses do best in moist, well-drained soil that's rich in organic matter. Give them part shade; in most areas, they don't like to get the hot afternoon sun on them.


---Justin, Senior Garden Editor,

Answered by CostaFarms