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Primula malacoides

Primula malacoides is a herbaceous perennial. It is native to the Himalayas, India, Myanmar, and China. It is part of the Primulaceae family of plants. They also call it the Fairy Primrose or Baby Primrose.

Primula malacoides grows to about 40cm or 16in tall. It has hairy leaves. They are light green. Primula malacoides flowers are purple, red, white, or pink. It flowers in spring. The flower petals are notched.

Primula malacoides
Primula malacoides

How to grow Primula malacoides:

Grow Primula malacoides in partial shade or shade. Plant it in moist but well-drained soil. Use neutral to acidic soil. Keep the soil evenly moist but never wet.

Primula malacoides
Primula malacoides

Other synonyms for Primula malacoides include:

Auganthus malacoides
Primula delicata

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