Wild flowers including the Cowslip and Oxlip are both part of the large Primula family P. dioram and P. elatior respectively. The Primrose both wild and cultivated is also one of the 450 or so Primulacea.
After viewing these pictures of Primroses look at the other relatives including Primula deticula and Harlow Carr hybrids.
Auriculas have featured recently on gardeners tips.
Primulas are suitable for pot work and there are some very small alpine varieties like the P. allianii below.
Pictures of Polyanthus in the garden another part of the Primula family.
A damp loving Primula Bulleesiana picture.
Growing in a Tufa rock in a rock garden.
Bright Yellow and scented Primula Cabrillo.
Public garden pictures.
Leaf formats make this picture.
Drumstick Primula denticula.
Tiers of Candelabra Primulas pictured in damp garden location.