Translation of primrose in Spanish:

primrose

primavera, n.

Pronunciation /ˈprɪmˌroʊz//ˈprɪmrəʊz/

noun

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    Botany
    primavera feminine
    prímula feminine
    • Winter standby - calendulas, cyclamens, pansies, violas, primroses, stock and snapdragons - plus some of the hardy groundcovers, can be planted.
    • You can keep your container current with seasonal themes by growing a succession of plants, such as bulbs and primroses in the spring, annuals and vegetables in the summer, and colorful kale and pansies in autumn.
    • Pale yellow primroses are also a favourite plant in our garden, but there are hundred of others to choose from with colours to suit every taste.
    • Cluster them with snapdragons, primroses, forget-me-nots and alyssum in mixed beds or in containers.
    • The Cowslip Count took place in the spring of 2000 and we received data on over 2,000 places around the UK where cowslips, primroses and false oxlips are growing.
    • Spring flowers - celandines, primroses, violets, wood anemones - were followed by pyramid and early purple orchids, wild thyme and rockrose.
    • Interplant pink ranunculus with salmon Iceland poppy and red-purple pansies, and accent with a few yellow and pink English primroses.
    • Everything in this country - daffodils, primroses, almond trees, bumblebees, nesting birds - is a month ahead of schedule.
    • Can you suggest anybody who sells wild flower seeds and/or plants such as poppies, primroses, large - flowered daisies and so on?
    • Geraniums, pansies, petunias, primroses and snapdragons could provide shades of red late fall through spring.
    • Auricula primroses are very different from the Candelabra and Polyanthus primroses.
    • October is a great time to plant trees and shrubs as well as winter and spring flowering plants such as pansies, primroses and wall flowers.
    • Most gardeners know - and grow - primroses and polyanthus.
    • If you like spring flowers then there are primroses, coltsfoot, dogs mercury, wood sorrel and many other species.
    • Around this time of year, there is a good show of daffodils, tulips, primroses, primula, helibores orientalis and other spring flowers.
    • A natural glen is planted with an assortment of shade-loving plants, including hellebores, ferns, fucshias, azaleas and primroses.
    • More than half the top 20 plants were spring flowers, including primroses, wild narcissi and lime-green euphorbias.
    • I'm going to paint among the wild flowers of oak woods - primroses, bluebells, anemones and wild garlic, above an estuary as the tide ebbs and flows.
    • There is nothing more showy in a spring garden than Polyanthus primroses.
    • In kinder climates such as hers, she says, pulmonarias, cyclamen, and primroses bloom early enough to pair nicely.
  • 2also primrose yellow

    amarillo pálido masculine