Oxlip is quite scarce, limited to parts of East Anglia, where it is found most often in damp woodland. It bears similarities to both the Cowslip (in the arrangement of the flowers) and the Primrose (in the appearance of the flowers), but should not be confused with the more common False Oxlip, which is a hybrid between the Cowslip and the Primrose.



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