Primula ‘Fire Dragon’ is a clump-forming and upright short-lived perennial. It is part of the Primulaceae family of plants. They also call it the Polyanthus ‘Fire Dragon’.
It is rosette-forming and has wrinkled, ovate, or oblong leaves. The leaves are dark green. Primula ‘Fire Dragon’ flowers in mid-spring. The flowers are grown as umbels on top of upright stems. They are golden-yellow with red margins on the petals.
How to grow Primula ‘Fire Dragon’:
Grow Primula ‘Fire Dragon’ in the sun or partial shade. Plant it in moist, fertile but well-drained soil. Deadhead flowers for longer flowering season. Propagate Primula ‘Fire Dragon’ by seed or basal cuttings. It is generally disease-free, but watch out for grey mold, leaf spot, aphids, red spider mite, eelworms, slugs weevil, or snails.