Formal NamePrimula veris
Aliasプリムラ・ベリス, 黄花の九輪桜, Cowslip, プリムラ・ウェリス, Primula veris
HabitatMediterranean, Northern Africa, and Western Asia
Cowslip, scientific name:Primula veris, is a perennial graduate of the Primulaceaedepartment , Primula genus native to Western Asia, Northern Africa and Mediterranean. In Europe, generally blooms at the ranch. Spring scape out stretched racemes from the tip, to the stem tip flowers 9 pieces back and forth sideways open flat.Flowers in the yellow heart-shaped Central Orange team.
Generic name: cowslip , scientific name:Primula veris, aka: common cowslip, cowslip primrose, origin: Mediterranean, Northern Africa, Western Asia, environment: Ranch, plant height: 10-20 cm, stem: upright and hair and petiole: paddle-shaped, aerobic, leaves, leaf edge: serrated with a mechanism in heart-shaped tip of the type: raceme, Corolla tubular petals 5 and lobed, extract the square root, Each lobed in landscape orientation to heart-shaped, flower diameter:1-1.5cm, flowers bloom in flower color: yellow number rings, in the Middle Orange group, flowering period: from April to June, calyx: five: number of stamens five, pistil: one uses: potted plants, herb and medicinal.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arrayRacemous Inflorescence
Petal shapeHigh cup
SeasonApr May Jun
Height10 ~ 20 [cm]
Diameter1 ~ 1.5