Cowslip (Primula veris) wildflower

Ref: cowslip

A bright yellow spring flower, flowering during April and May and reaching 25 cm in height. Found on chalky grassland and open calcareous woodland. In many parts of the country Cowslip is called Paigle because the heads of nodding flowers are thought to symbolise St. Peter's bunch of keys. The fine crimson spots in the throat of the flower are said to have magical powers to restore youthful bloom and beauty.

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