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Hungarian-speaking jellies: what does "tubarózsa" mean?

Asked by 2davidc8 (9403points) October 9th, 2013

Online dictionaries translate the word as “polyanthus”. So, is it an ordinary garden primrose, such as this one?

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I don’t know Hungarian but tubarozsa sure sound like tuberose which is a flowering plant. Here’s an article about it.

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@janbb So, it’s a Polianthes tuberosa as opposed to Primula polyantha?

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Thata’s what I think.

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