Primrose, Primula vulgaris; Jung-Koch-Quentell; 1975; WC-HB3/1-2013

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Randolph College Department of Biology Natural History Collections

Name/Title

Primrose, Primula vulgaris

Maker

Jung-Koch-Quentell

Maker Role

Publisher

Date Made

1975

Place Made

Germany

Technique

Lithography

Subject and Association Description

Native to regions of Europe, Africa, and Asia, the English or common primrose is distinguished by its pale yellow flowers that open flat unlike those of other species. Both the flowers and leaves are edible and are often used for tea, wine, and oil.

Object Type

Wall Chart

Object number

WC-HB3/1-2013

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