The Cowslip is a favourite spring flower of many, having a spray of deep yellow flowers drooping to one side of a rather downy stalk. The crinkly leaves are similar to those of the Primrose. but smaller.

The flowering season is short-lived, usually confined to April and May. It is quite common in most places except northern Scotland, mainly on grassland on lime.



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