Think Spring Primrose Basket


Assorted blooming plants in a 12 inch basket 

Primroses indoors are very susceptible to root rot, so it is important to keep them moist but not too moist. For proper primrose indoor care, water as soon as the top of the soil feels dry, but do not allow the soil to dry out as they will wilt and die quickly in dry soil. Primroses indoors also need high humidity. You can raise the humidity around the primrose plant by placing it on a pebble tray. 

When grown indoors, primrose requires just the right combination of sunlight (bright but indirect), water (evenly moist), and food (immediately after planting) in order to survive. Extend the flowering season by pinching off the dying flowers. After the plant is done blooming, consider moving it outside; you may get additional