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primrose

/prim·rose/ (prim´rōz)
1. a plant of the genus Primula; P. obco´nica (the cultivated primrose plant) is a common cause of allergic contact dermatitis.

evening primrose  the herb Oenothera biennis, or a preparation of oil from its seeds; see under oil.
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uk | Sketchy fuchsia printed bed linen, from PS9 for a single duvet and PS2 for pair of pillowcases, Asda | Coloroll Xanadu wallpaper primrose yellow, PS8.
The striking dress and coat in primrose yellow, which the Queen wore at last year's Royal Wedding, was one of Angela's creations.
The flowers of cephalaria gigantea or giant scabious, right, are very like those of the familiar blue scabious but much larger, coarser and primrose yellow.
We've chosen a cheery gentle shade of primrose yellow - 'cowslip', it says on the tin - a colour we wanted for our last house but were never able to find.
Ensure all walls are decorated in a pale colour a soft blue or primrose yellow works well making bathrooms appear light and clean.
Primrose yellow flowers April to August contrast with woolly white leaves.
They arrived at Wembley only 50 minutes before kick-off, giving Aitor Karanka's players little time to inspect the pitch and admire the scenery: a riot in red at one end of the national stadium, a bank of primrose yellow at the other.
The primrose yellow climbing rose, Rosa banksiae, is in full flower on the wall of the carriage house.
Meaning 'beauty of God', Jophiel is a primrose yellow angel in charge of creating beauty in the universe.
It remains small and neat and would fit into most window boxes but looks equally good at the front of a flower border where it combines well with all those wonderful silver, pink and primrose yellow flower we are so good at growing.