In early spring, around the beginning of March, you should plant the seeds of the evening primrose seedlings. Prepare the pots with a loose and fertile soil, moisten it, make small holes and put in each container two or three seed. The top cover pots with plastic to maintain a comfortable microclimate for seed germination.
The first shoots can be seen after two to three weeks after planting. During this time the soil should be moist, so don't forget regularly, but gently to irrigate the land along the edge of the pot so the water does not touch the shoots. Many growers use a planting method: before planting, keep the seeds in the fridge so the seedlings appear strong and "friendly".
Pick a suitable site with good lighting for planting primroses. Loosen the soil and make it more permeable to air and water, add a little coarse river sand, humus, sour peat and compost. In April make organic fertilizer.
Once passed the threat of frost, plant seedlings in open ground (in early June). Make a transplant very carefully, try not to damage the roots of plants, as the primrose is delicate and very susceptible to such action.
Care Primula simple, he is weeding from aggressive neighbors in the form of weeds. Many species of primroses require regular watering to maintain the beauty and color. The need to humidity will show slightly limp leaves. During the period of active growth, fertilize flowers, nitrogen fertilizers, by the end of summer — potash and phosphate (they will help the Primula good winter).
After flowering begins active root growth. In anticipation of the winter to sprinkle the bushes, compost, peat and humus (layer of 4-5 centimeters). Otherwise bare rhizomes have a risk to freeze solid in the winter. All kinds evening primrose reproduce vegetatively — by dividing the Bush and generative — with the help of seeds. Share bushes every three to four years, during which time they grows up.