It's a primula, looking at the single seed head I can see on the first picture it may well be a common primrose. IF so then it is edible, but I would not eat it until you have seen the flowers and made certain of the identification.
Location: Turin, Italy
posted 2 weeks ago
We have lots of primula in our garden so that makes sense, but they flowered a while ago, they are the first signs of spring here, hence the name 😜. Being that they flowered in late february, should we have eaten them then?
I knew primula are edible, but wouldn't know how to prepare them, are they good? What do you do with them?