PRIMULA SEEDS

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  1. PRIMULA JAPONICA 'MILLAR'S CRIMSON'

    These lovely candelabra-type plants shoot up numerous strong stems bearing tiers of deepest crimson flowers. The basal rosettes make the most spectacular, cabbage-like giants when well fed or in moist soil, and being bone hardy they increase in size yearly and will even self-seed, but never ever become a problem. ... Learn More

    $3.05

  2. PRIMULA JAPONICA MIX 5X pkt

    This is an especially generous packet of these lovely candelabra-type plants that shoot up numerous strong stems bearing tiers of blossoms in all colours from white to red. The basal rosettes make the most spectacular, cabbage-like giants when well-fed or in moist soil. Being bone hardy they increase in size yearly and will even self-seed, but never ever become a problem. ... Learn More

    $3.49

  3. PRIMULA JAPONICA 'PARTY PINKS'

    We have collected all of the indistinct pink forms of this primula from our gardens and mixed them together. You will therefore see all shades when they flower, ranging from almost white to deepest shocking-pink! This is therefore a very generous packet of seed. ... Learn More

    $3.18

  4. PRIMULA JAPONICA 'POSTFORD WHITE'

    This hardy, long-lived plant will become enormous in rich moist soil, producing yellow-eyed ivory white flowers on thick, strong stems, and is almost certainly the the most impressive of all of the tall white primulas. ... Learn More

    $3.24

  5. PRIMULA KEWENSIS

    Created in the early 1900's at Kew gardens, this quite incredible hybrid between Primula verticillata and Primula floribunda is fertile and comes true from seed. It bears heads of brightest lemon yellow on strong stems above rosettes of deeply-crinkled leaves, all of which are heavily covered withv attractive white farina. However it cannot breed with either of its parents and is a most beautiful stable cross which unfortunately produces only a small number of good viable seeds here. ... Learn More

    $3.75

  6. PRIMULA LAURENTIANA

    Native to Maine in north eastern North America, this rare little gem forms tight rosettes of white-powdered leaves from which arise short stems bearing yellow-eyed pink flowers. In the wild it primarily inhabits cliffs, ledges and turf, mainly along the south eastern Atlantic coast. There is also a small population on lake shore cliffs in central Maine. ... Learn More

    $3.75

  7. PRIMULA LUTEOLA

    Dense umbels of light sulphur-yellow flowers bloom from July to Sept over rosettes of toothed, bright green foliage. These long-lived, easy-to-grow plants are natives of the damp regions of the Caucasus Mountains and are very tolerant to sun as long as they have adequate moisture. ... Learn More

    $3.75

  8. PRIMULA MISTASSINICA

    This lovely dwarf American member of the farinosae section has heads of delicate lavender-mauve flowers with yellow eyes above a basal rosette of toothed leaves. In the USA and Canada it is found on banks of lakes and rivers. ... Learn More

    $3.62

  9. PRIMULA MIYABEANA

    This rare plant, not often found in cultivation, comes from Taiwan. It opens its whorls of unusually-coloured, rich pinkish-blue flowers in spring, and as an added interest produces unusual leafy bracts which appear on the flower head amongst the individual flowers! (Section proliferae) ... Learn More

    $4.06

  10. PRIMULA MOLLIS

    This rare, lovely and extremely unusual plant has fleshy, rounded, woolly, alchemilla-like leaves with thin stems holding numerous umbels of pinkish flowers. In a peat or shaded garden will self-seed making an imposing sight. (Section: Cortusoides). ... Learn More

    $3.75

  11. PRIMULA PARRYI

    Clumps of dark, fleshy foliage surround strong stems bearing bunches of golden-eyed, brilliant rose-purple flowers. This gem thrives in wet areas from the subalpine zone to alpine tundra in the Rocky Mountains from Montana to Arizona and New Mexico and is one of the finest of all American primroses. When out of flower they look quite similar to dodecatheon species, to which of course they are distantly related. ... Learn More

    $3.56

  12. PRIMULA POISSONII

    Rosettes of darkest green, shiny leaves, push up 18 inch stems which carry from two to six whorls of yellow-eyed, deep purplish-crimson flowers, each about an inch across. This stately primula lives high on the mountains of Szechwan and Yunnan in China. ... Learn More

    $3.62

  13. PRIMULA POLYNEURA

    Attractive whorls of flowers in shades of pink to wine red appear over pretty, deeply crinkled leaves, which are scallop-edged with woolly backs. This plant is easy to grow in cool shade where it will thrive and increase over the years. ... Learn More

    $3.75

  14. PRIMULA PULVERULENTA

    Strong stems holding tiered whorls of deep red to mauve flowers arise from vigorous rosettes of tooth-edged leaves. A small proportion will be of the lovely shell-pink 'Bartley's Strain'. This lovely plant from China is one of the easiest of the taller ones to keep happy and will be long-lived in most gardens. It can be distinguished from other candelabra types by the fine powder on its stems, Hence the name "Pulverulenta" "pulverized" into fine powder. ... Learn More

    $2.98

  15. PRIMULA PULVERULENTA 'BARTLEY'S STRAIN'

    Traditionally, this is the most desirable and sought after of all of the large primulas. (So valuable in fact that much of a sizeable bed was dug up and stolen, from our gardens!) A few seedlings may revert to the ordinary red form (which is still lovely), but this special form bears tiered whorls of large, yellow-eyed sugar pink flowers. The true strain and very rarely offered. ... Learn More

    $4.06

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