Primroses

A melting pot of species and old fashioned cultivars. All are fully hardy and make good garden plants. 

P. 'Beeches Pink'

Small rosettes of scalloped deep green leaves producing clusters of dusky purple pink flowers in early spring. Moist but well drained humus rich soil. Sun to part shade. H7cm x S15cm.

£4.00

P. 'Beeches Pink'

Small rosettes of scalloped deep green leaves producing clusters of dusky purple pink flowers in early spring. Moist but well drained humus rich soil....
£4.00

P. 'Hall Barn Blue'

Delightful woodland primula with glossy leaves.Rich purple blue flowers with a yellow eye. Humus rich soil. Part shade. H12cm.
£4.00

P. 'Wanda'

Low growing old variety of primula,with purple red flowers in early Spring. Any good soil. Part shade. H10cm.
£4.00

P. vulgaris 'Theodora'

A sport of the native primrose found in Norfolk in the 1940s. Masses of bright purple blue flowers in Spring. Any good soil. Part shade. H20cm.
£4.00

Primula juliae

Small rosettes of scalloped deep green leaves producing solitary saucer shaped pink-purple flowers with yellow eyes in early spring. Moist but well drained humus rich soil. Sun to part shade. H7cm x S15cm.

£4.00

Primula juliae

Small rosettes of scalloped deep green leaves producing solitary saucer shaped pink-purple flowers with yellow eyes in early spring. Moist but well dr...
£4.00

Primula veris

Cowslip. Nodding fragrant deep yellow flowers in spring. Moist humus rich soil. Sun to part shade. H25cm x S25cm.
£4.00