Words and phrases that have a meaning related to primula:   (160 results)

Often used in the same context:
scabiosa, honeysuckles, sweet alyssum, cotoneaster, winterberry, eupatorium, clethra, flowering quince, nemesia, santolina, polyanthus, asparagus fern, marsh marigold, phalaenopsis, allamanda, goldenrods, hyacinth bean, amelanchier, dendrobium, sweetpeas, deciduous holly, brugmansia, portulaca, baptisia, muscari, heuchera, silky dogwood, pulmonaria, trumpet honeysuckle, spiraea, monarda, daphne, colchicum, basils, sweet woodruff, acer palmatum, cineraria, aucuba, camellia japonica, ixora, oenothera, lonicera, snowberry, pineapple guava, alstroemeria, achillea, dusty miller, potentilla, euphorbia, serviceberries, echeveria, pieris, ageratum, campanula, variegata, grape hyacinth, cardoon, catmint, swamp milkweed, vinca minor, flowering shrub, amaranthus, hippeastrum, pussy willow, asclepias, scilla, anise hyssop, pennisetum, bearberry, gloxinia, weigela, berberis, grevillea, highbush cranberry, mandevilla, lamium, nicotiana, pot marigold, pieris japonica, ranunculus, inkberry, cattleya, cymbidiums, alyssum, lysimachia, bellflowers, bunchberry, coral honeysuckle, cleome, prunus, euonymus, nepeta, lavatera, bottlebrush buckeye, yaupon, narcissi, calendula officinalis, gomphrena, lathyrus, tuberosa, coneflowers, tagetes, chrysanthemums, primroses, rhododendron, rhododendrons, asters, dahlias, geraniums, orchid, poppies, anemones, aster, azaleas, daisies, pansies, poppy, primrose, tulips, carnations, chintz, creeper, astragalus, citrus, thymus, 15e, 1933, 1948, 1ndian, 1rish, 1slamic, 1talian, 31, 4d, \\, abangan, abenaki, abiding, abkhazian, abled, abolitionist, aboriginal

More specific:
auricula, bear's ear, chinese primrose, cowslip, english primrose, oxlip, paigle, polyanthus, primula auricula, primula elatior, primula polyantha, primula sinensis, primula veris, primula vulgaris

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More general:
herb, herbaceous plant


Also try:
— Adjectives for primula: chinese, pink, little, yellow, mauve, new, blue, lovely, red, beautiful, nymph, more...

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