Cowslip – Primula veris
Plant : Cowslips are a native species and grow in hedgerows, woodland and meadows in rural Northumberland. Slender, leafless stems rise from a basal rosette. The flowers grow in small groups from the top of the stem. It is a member of the Primulaceae family.
Flower : The small, trumpet shaped, yellow flowers have five petals, five sepals and five stamen. They flower in April and May.
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