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Primroses are the February Birth flower.

These multi-colored primrose February birth flowers do look like roses but aren’t related to the variant family.

The origins of primrose as a February birth flower is rooted with Norse mythology, the sacred flower of goddess of love, Freya.

The ancient Greeks called it the dodecatheion, flower of the twelve gods, in the belief that it healed a variety of diseases, including paralysis.

The primrose is also symbolic of young love, and as a birth flower it is associated with undying affection.


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