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- Great ideas for your spring decorations with primroses
- Always keep primroses moist
- Primroses: Pretty variety
Spring decorations with primroses bring spring into the house, on the balcony or on the front door. Baskets, pots or bowls can be planted in spring with the colorful primroses and we enjoy their variety. Regularly poured and placed in a bright location, the primroses bloom tirelessly for many weeks. Then the primroses can be planted in the bed.
In the picture gallery we present you the most beautiful ideas for great spring decorations with primroses.
Great ideas for your spring decorations with primroses
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Spring decoration with primroses
Primroses, filled ranunculus and small-flowered 'tête-à-tête daffodils complement each other ideally in the plant baskets with birch stems of different heights. On the terrace they are a nice eye-catcher
In yellow, the perennials are happy spring messengers. In addition to the genuine cowslip (Primula veris) the filled variety 'Buttercup Yellow', the pillow-primrose 'Orion Yellow' and the historic gold-fringed primrose 'Gold Lace' (P. elatior) bloom on a woven basket tray.
Pretty Zaung branches: Together with the pastel-colored cushion primrose, the purple net iris (Iridodyctium reticulata) flowers in March. This decoration with both early bloomers is made simple: lining wire baskets with moss, putting plants in them and hanging them on a fence with sisal cord
The Garden Carpet Primrose 'Wanda' is a cross of various species. As a violet-violet blooming soloist, she cuts a fine figure in a clay pot on the patio table. Wreaths of birch and larch twigs and grasses are perfect for this purpose
Real cowslips (Primula veris) grow on poor, humus rich loams on meadows and at wood edges. Pretty individual look pots in small, self-sewn cloth bags. The filling material is hay or moss
The lovely flowers of the Wildstaude also keep some days in the water. To catch your eye, attach a small glass vase with cord to a wicker wreath. Tip: Please do not pick flowers at natural locations
The bottle carrier made of varnished wood becomes a flower box. If you like, decorate it with a "fence" of red dogwood branches (Cornus alba 'Sibirica'). Cut the drive pieces to the appropriate length and fix them with Rebdraht at the top and bottom. Then put it around the box and connect the ends
In a wooden bowl with thyme and oregano sprinkle the Frühblüher good mood. planting Tips: long-stemmed varieties to the rear, lower varieties preferred to put on the edges. After the flowering season, the primroses are taken out of the container so that the herbs have more space
Refined is this flower swing, made from a 30-centimeter-long piece of pine bark. In it, primroses and crocuses (here the variety 'Blue Pearl') were put into moist moss without pots. The planted bark swing hangs in two cord loops
With birch branches and empty snail shells, mini primroses are arranged in a shallow shell. Tie together the different heights of wood with a drawstring and arrange in the middle. The plant pots are wrapped in fresh moss
A tone-on-tone combination of filled, pink 'romance', light purple carpet primrose (Primula juliae), pink-colored lilac primrose (Primula malacoides) and purple tall cowslip (Primula elatior)
Always keep primroses moist
Primroses like bright, but not full sun locations. If the plants are still tired, they recover in a water bath again. To do this, immerse the pots in a bucket until no more air bubbles rise. The best way to keep the root ball of planted primroses but by regular watering wet.
Give the primroses another bath before decorating
Danger! Most primrose species contain the contact allergen primin, which can cause skin irritation and allergic reactions. It may therefore be advisable to wear gloves during planting. With ample consumption, the active ingredient causes stomach pain and nausea. The plants should therefore be placed out of the reach of children or pets.
Primroses: Pretty variety
The primroses are offered in stores especially at the beginning of the year. So that no boredom arises in your flower box, we present you in this gallery a few interesting varieties.
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Various primrose varieties
Particularly attractive is the crown primrose 'Victoriana', a selection of Primula veris. Their yellow flowers with a brown-red border are similar to garden auricles
Ruffle blossoms in different shades of pink are the hallmark of the short-stemmed rose primrose 'Girl's Delight Pink Shades' (Primula vulgaris)
Pure yellow flowers the cowslip 'Solaris Gold' (Primula veris)
In the 'Sylvita' series (Primula elatior), the pink flowers also sit on tall stems
The new breed 'Indian Tiger' (Primula elatior) bears yellow flowers with dark red drawing
On 15 to 20 centimeters high stems sit the two-colored flowers of the high cowslip 'Flame' (Primula elatior)
The tiger-primrose 'Solena Mix' exudes rural charm. The orange flowers have a bright red drawing