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.
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?