Bought some primroses in pots that are flowering now in January. Will they still flower in spring? Thank you.
Probably not. As the article suggests, they're only meant to be a short-term flower, although if you plant them outdoors after blooming, they may flower for you later on. Here are a couple of articles that may shed light on the situation: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/primrose/primrose-houseplant.htm