PRIMULA SEEDS

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  1. PRIMULA VIALII

    The "Red-Hot-Poker Primula" or "Chinese Pagoda primula" has long crinkly leaves, from which erupt dense spikes of violet blue flowers topped by a blood red cone of unopened buds. When in flower in the garden this is our best selling alpine primula and surely one of the most desirable. ... Learn More

    $4.19

  2. PRIMULA VULGARIS (PRIMROSE)

    The true "Devon Primrose" collected from a bank on our nursery. Sheets of delicately perfumed, pale lemon yellow blossoms appear in sheets of colour in earliest spring (sometimes at Christmas in Devon!). ... Learn More

    $3.32

    (70+ seeds)

  3. PRIMULA VULGARIS 'VICTORIAN SILVER LACE'

    We have cross-bred many varieties of these popular, old-fashioned primroses, to offer a wide selection of vigorous plants bearing strong stems displaying umbels of flowers in all colours from browns and buffs to deepest crimson, and with all of them being attractively edged in either silver or gold. ... Learn More

    $3.92

    (30+ seeds)

  4. PRIMULA WALTONII

    High in the Himalayan mountains, up to 19,000 feet in fact, this incredibly tough, hardy, and exceptionally beautiful plant, opens its sweetly-perfumed pink-to-wine-coloured, flared, funnel-shaped flowers in early spring. These are borne in umbels on long slender stalks, above low clumps of shiny, bluish-green leaves. It does perfectly well at sea level though given some shade and moisture! ... Learn More

    $3.46

    (20 seeds)

  5. PRIMULA WATSONII

    This beautiful and very rare plant makes a tiny, prostrate rosette of rounded very hairy leaves with short stems bearing heads of flared, tubular, deep indigo-purple flowers. In the muscarioides section (along with the more commonly grown Primula viallii)and probably not in general cultivation, it comes from snow fields and rocky meadows in very high places (up to 4,600 m) in SW Sichuan, SE Tibet and Yunnan. Sorry, no picture until next year, we forgot to take some when it was in flower, so just the rosette at the moment! ... Learn More

    $5.25

    (20 seeds)

  6. PRIMULA X 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

    $3.92

    (15 seeds)

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