Deep yellow bell-shaped drooping flower, hanging to one side of the stem. Orange at the base, up to 1.5cm.
The flowers and leaves are both edible and have a sweet taste. The young leaves can be eaten raw, or put into soups and salads.
Never consume a wild plant unless you are 100% certain that it is safe to eat and you know that you have identified it correctly.
Artetyke, Arthritica, Buckels, Bunch of Keys, Butter Rose, Common Cowslip, Coqueluchon, Coucou, Cowslip Primrose, Crewel, Cuy, Drelip, English Cowslip, Fairies' Flower, Fairy Caps, Freckled Face, Golden Drops, Herb de Saint Paul, Herb Peter, Key Flower, Key of Heaven, Lady's Key, Lippe, Long Legs, Mayflower, Milk Maidens, Our Lady's Keys, Paigle, Paigle Peggle, Palsywort, Paralysio, Password, Peagle, Peagles, Petty Mulleins, Plumrocks, Primerolle, Primula.
Grassland, hedgerows, meadows, scrub, woodland.