Fairy Primula establish easily from flower seeds, and they put on a wonderful show in the early spring garden as well, making a perfect border plant and a nice addition to spring bulbs.
These flower seeds need light for germination, so barely cover Fairy Primrose flower seeds with peat moss. For December and January blooms, sow Primula Malacoides flower seeds in June and July. Keep seeds moist until germination and after as well. Fairy Primroses do not like to dry out.
In warm conditions, mist spray daily and stand the pot on moist pebbles. Begin to feed when the flower stalks begin to develop and continue to feed at intervals of 14 days until flowering has finished. Primula Malacoides care includes clipping the spent flowers to prolong bloom time.