PRIMULA SEEDS

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  1. PRIMULA CHIONANTHA SINO PURPUREA

    This is the extremely beautiful mauve form of this plant and one of the finest alpine primulas, whorls of farinose, fragrant, waxy flowers are arranged in layers from the top of the stems, and these open in succession as the stem elongates upwards. The strong basal rosette is formed from long, smooth, farinose grey leaves. An elegant and lovely plant in a shaded rock garden or peat bed. ... Learn More

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  2. PRIMULA CHUNGENSIS

    In early summer, this fabulous plant bears stout stems carrying tiered whorls of bright orange flowers above rosettes of toothed leaves 2½ ft. From marshy places in Himalayan forests as high as 10,500 ft, this is probably the most dazzling of all of the orange-flowered candelabra style primulas. ... Learn More

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  3. PRIMULA COCKBURNIANA

    One of the more vigorous of the candelabra group of primulas, this is also one of the very brightest, with flowers that can vary from magenta to pillar-box red. In time, in moist organic soil, these plants make strong impressive clumps. ... Learn More

    $3.33

  4. PRIMULA CORTUSOIDES

    From rosettes of soft hairy leaves arise many-flowered umbels of fragrant lilac-pink flowers. A beautiful and very hardy plant from Northern Japan and Mongolia, which will do well in English gardens. ... Learn More

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  5. PRIMULA DENTICULATA BEST BLEND

    The universally popular "Drumstick Primula" spring flower, which has dense globular heads of flowers in early spring. Seed collected from the many different coloured beds in our gardens, including white, lilac, lavender, blue and ruby. ... Learn More

    $3.21

  6. PRIMULA ELATIOR

    The is seed collected from the true British "Oxlip", now exremely rare in the wild. It is superficially like a cowslip but with larger, orange-throated, fragrant pale lemon flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.21

  7. PRIMULA FLACCIDA (NUTANS)

    Spikes of powdered, pale blue bells arise from compact clumps of hairy leaves, and surprisingly, it is very adaptable to our lowland gardens. One of the most delicate, beautiful and fragrant of all primulas, this gem lives at higher than 10,000 feet in the Himalaya. ... Learn More

    $4.05

  8. PRIMULA FLORINDAE

    The "Giant Himalayan Cowslip" bears large rounded leaves and stout stems carrying immense heads of fragrant flowers which are usually yellow but very occasionally red or orange. This is almost certainly the biggest primula there is and in a damp soil will make impressive, self-seeding clumps! ... Learn More

    $3.33

  9. PRIMULA FLORINDAE 'RAY'S RUBY'

    Several years ago, amongst a large bed of mostly yellow or orange seedlings, one spectacular plant shone out from all the rest with large, deepest blood red bells on strong stems. The valuable seed from this plant was sown and generations later we released what we believe is the first true-seeding, glowing red form of this spectacular plant. Ruby-red flowers on long, strong stems open in their full glory in May, June and July and later. A lovely easy-to-grow plant for a moist place in the garden although it will do well in the dry but will be smaller! ... Learn More

    $3.51

  10. PRIMULA FRONDOSA

    Slightly similar in appearance to Primula farinosa, this delicate plant bears in spring and summer umbels of mauve-pink flowers with yellow centres that are held on upright stems. The silvery leaves are covered in white powder, or farina. Like all members of this group, it requires consistently moist soil to thrive, although overall, it is one of the easiest 'farinosae' type primulas to grow in the garden. It is native to central Bulgaria where it grows on limestone rocks near streams at an elevation of 900-2000 m. ... Learn More

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  11. PRIMULA 'GOLD LACED' (veris)

    These very few seeds have been collected from the best show-quality plants, which all have darkest chocolate brown centres edged with delicate golden yellow. These plants will improve over the years and make an impressive statement each spring. ... Learn More

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  12. PRIMULA 'GOLD LACED REDS'

    Heavy trusses of small, pillar-box red flowers delicately edged with golden yellow arise on strong stems in early spring. These originally appeared here as chance seedlings more than 20 years ago and have since travelled around the world. An attractive variation on these rare old plants ... Learn More

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  13. PRIMULA GOLD-LACED RED JACK-IN-GREEN

    Compact trusses of pillar-box red flowers delicately edged with golden yellow, open in early spring. Surrounding each flower is a ring of tiny leaves producing a fascinating bunch of instant posies. Possibly the most elaborate primula you could ever encounter, this new beauty has attributes from all of the top-sellers. Few seeds collected. ... Learn More

    $3.87

  14. PRIMULA GRANDIS

    In May, on top of farina dusted stems, this rare curiosity opens clusters of narrow, hanging, pale yellow flowers, whose slender petals do not open out at all, but just hover like frozen exploding fireworks! Endemic to the north and west Caucasus, this is probably the most unusual of all primulas, having flowers like no other, and indeed at one time it was believed to belong in another monotypic genus, but modern genetic analysis has proved that it does indeed belong in the genus Primula. It is another ideal plant for stumping would-be experts! ... Learn More

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  15. PRIMULA HALLERI

    This European species has very long, narrow tubes holding the bright, lilac-pink flowers, which open in clusters on long stems. They do well on the rock garden as long as they have some shade and it does not dry out, although they are probably safer in a shady, humus-rich spot. (Section farinosae) ... Learn More

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