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  1. ANAGALLIS ARVENSIS

    The lovely British native "Scarlet pimpernel" is too often overlooked, but closer inspection of the flower and seed capsule will reveals the fact that it is in fact in the primula family! When allowed to naturalise in a hot place it will surpass many of the more common alpine plants. ... Learn More

    $2.34

  2. ANDROSACE LACTIFLORA

    From narrow-leaved rosettes arise long slender stems carrying fountains of pure white flowers. A charming annual member of the primula family which will actually self-seed when happy. ... Learn More

    $3.58

  3. CORTUSA MATTHIOLI

    This delicate, dwarf, and rarely offered primula relative bears umbels of deeply cleft, purple bells on delicate stems in early spring. In the wild it grows in moist damp woodlands and mountain meadows in north eastern Europe, where it produces attractive clumps of jagged-edged leaves and self-seeds readily. It will do the same in the garden provided it has shade and good damp organic soil to grow in. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  4. DODECATHEON PULCHELLUM

    These sprays of distinctive, swept-back, purple petals give this flower its common name of "Shooting Stars", resembling tiny cyclamen flowers on primula stems (and related to both). The clusters of flowers are held on strong stems above clumps of fleshy, lanceolate, tongue-shaped leaves. ... Learn More

    $3.70

  5. PRIMROSE PINKIE

    In our gardens at Plant World we grow the lovely old-fashioned primrose 'Garryarde Guinevere' which carries bright pink flowers above deep purple leaves. Our busy bees carried pollen from these old plants, which are themselves sterile and produce no seed, to a bed of our yellow 'Devon primrose' or Primula vulgaris. One of the subsequent seedlings was a lovely hybrid between the two, bearing large, floppy, pale pink flowers, on darker stems, over a rosette of palest purple leaves. Seedlings may vary slightly but all will be lovely. ... Learn More

    $3.58

  6. PRIMULA ALPICOLA

    A choice and outstandingly fragrant plant from the high mountains of Tibet. Umbels of pendent bell-like violet flowers, powdered in the throat, are produced on long stems in early spring. ... Learn More

    $3.70

  7. PRIMULA ALPICOLA ALBA

    An extremely beautiful primula with rosettes of long shiny leaves, powdered underneath, supporting tall stems supporting clusters of very fragrant, pure white, slightly-powdered flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.44

  8. PRIMULA ALPICOLA VIOLACEA

    This spectacular and quite beautiful scented primula from Tibet is a very easy clump forming, extremely hardy long-lived garden plant flowering from May into June. It thrives in cool humid situations such as stream sides, edges of ponds and damp hollows where It will spread by self sown seedlings when conditions remain moist, thereby extending the group quite naturally. Thriving well with other moisture loving plants such as Astilbe, its rich, sweetly scented perfume from the violet flowers is carried around the garden on cool still June evenings. ... Learn More

    $3.77

  9. PRIMULA AURANTIACA

    Multiple strong stems carry massed umbels of fragrant reddish-orange flowers, maybe the most attractive and unusual colour and easiest to grow of the candelabra primroses. Although this plant is native to West Yunnan where it grows in moist alpine meadows and along stream sides, it adapts readily to cultivation in the average garden. ... Learn More

    $3.70

  10. PRIMULA AURICULA DOUGLAS

    Heads of white-eyed deepest purple flowers, shading paler at the edges, open from late winter onwards, above compact rosettes of powdered, leathery green leaves. This choice and lovely form has been selected for several generations and comes rewardingly true from seeds. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  11. PRIMULA AURICULA MIXED

    Strong, vigorous rosettes of fleshy, powdered leaves surround stems carrying fragrant, velvety flowers in all colours. These popular hardy plants are long-lived in the garden and perfect whether in pots or the border. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  12. PRIMULA BEESIANA

    This vigorous and completely hardy perennial produces stout stems carrying several umbels of yellow-eyed pink-mauve flowers. In good moist soil these plants can grow to cabbage-sized proportions! ... Learn More

    $3.51

  13. PRIMULA BELLIDIFOLIA

    This stems carry heads of purplish-blue tubular flowers with flared ends above rosettes of hairy, wrinkled leaves. This scarce plant from the Himalayas is a little beauty for a shady peat garden. ... Learn More

    $5.85

  14. PRIMULA BULLEYANA

    This extremely vigorous and hardy candelabra primula thrusts up numerous strong stems bearing bright orange or occasionally red flowers with darker eyes. It does especially well in waterside environments where it will self-seed generously making fabulous clumps! ... Learn More

    $3.25

  15. PRIMULA BURMANICA

    Rather resembling Primula beesiana, this plant opens its fuchsia-coloured flowers on strong stems that can be up to nearly 3 feet tall. It prefers moist to even wet soil for extreme growth and is native to high, wet meadows and the sides of streams in Yunnan and Burma. ... Learn More

    $3.44

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