English version

primula

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Plants
primulaprim‧u‧la /ˈprɪmjələ/ noun [countable]  HBPa small wild or garden plant with brightly coloured flowers
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primulaThis small natural-looking pool is framed by a richly varied planting including variegated grasses and irises, hostas and primulas.He created a water garden at his former home in the Cotswolds and grew primulas with great skill.Amongst the flowers that turn a very dark colour when pressed are deep red primulas and auriculas, as well as small orchids.The problem seems to affect people sensitive to primulas.
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