New Book ** Edible Perennials: 50 Top perennials from Plants For A Future. Current interest in forest or woodland garden designs reflects an awareness that permanent mixed plantings are inherently more sustainable than annual monocultures. They safeguard and enrich soil ecosystems... more >>

   Bookmark and Share
   
    By donating to PFAF, you can help support and expand our activities
    Plant Suppliers: Click here for a List
Search for: Primulaceae
Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Anagallis arvensisScarlet PimpernelPrimulaceae 22
Androsace sarmentosaRock JasminePrimulaceae 02
Cyclamen hederifoliumCyclamen, Alpine Violet, Persian VioletPrimulaceaeC. europaeum. Auct. C. neapolitanum.01
Dodecatheon hendersoniiSailor-Caps, Mosquito billsPrimulaceae 10
Glaux maritimaBlack Saltwort, Sea milkwortPrimulaceae 21
Hottonia palustrisWater VioletPrimulaceae 01
Lysimachia barystachysManchurian yellow loosestrifePrimulaceae 10
Lysimachia christiniaeJin Qian CaoPrimulaceae 02
Lysimachia clethroidesGooseneck Loosestrife, Gooseneck yellow loosestrife, Japanese Loosestrife, Shepherd's CrookPrimulaceae 10
Lysimachia eleutheroides Primulaceae 30
1234
Search by name:         
 

Plant Uses

Edible Uses
Medicinal Uses
Other Plant uses
Woodland Gardening
Why Perennial Plants?
Top Edible Plants
Top Medicinal Plants
Garden Design
Habitats
Translations

Content

Content Help
Bookshop
Support Us
Blog
Links
Suppliers
Contact
About Us
News
Sign In

PFAF Newsletter

Stay informed about PFAFs progress,
challenges and hopes by signing up for
our free email newsletter. You will receive
a range of benefits including:
* Important announcements and news
* Exclusive content not on the website
* Updates on new information &
functionality of the website & database

We will not sell or share your email address.
You can unsubscribe at anytime.