primulas - A Selection
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This lovely and relatively rare Primula has its origins in mainland Europe, but will thrive in UK gardens. It is a hardy perennial that will flower each year from March through to early June. Once planted it will quickly form evergreen clumps erupting with beautiful bright-eyed blooms that stand proud of the foliage, so plant them about 20cm (8in) apart to give them room to grow. They will thrive in a well drained spot, preferably in partial shade; you can even plant them in pots on
SPECIAL DEAL - Usually 7.95 each today just 4.95 - Save £3! Easy to grow Primula veris is a well-known wildflower native to meadows and pastures throughout England. The Cowslip will form a loose rosettes of wrinkled leaves 50-250mm long. The bright yellow flowers are funnel-shaped 8-28mm across with orange spots at the base of each lobe all drooping to one side in a cluster of ten to thirty on a long naked stalk. The plant favours open woodland scrub and grassland on lime-rich soils.
Primula Plants - AmoreCreate beautiful romantic displays!Primula plant ‘Amore’ is a beautiful new primrose with flowers that have lemon centres and rosy-pink outer petals. These beautiful primulas have delicately lined edges of striking dark pink.; Softly and pleasantly scented these primula plants will create stunning beds and borders or patio pots and containers.Primulas are hardy plants;that will reward you with a beautiful show in winter and spring. The;primula 'Amore';gives a tropical
A lovely mix of Primulas in large 9cm pots that will help to brighten up those patio pots or even the garden border. Many will be supplied showing colour to provide an instant show to help cheer up those dull winter days. Grown to provide an instant display and ready to be planted out straight away or held back for a drier day if necessary.
A new mix of specially selected primulas, these exciting beauties are guaranteed to produce a stunning display that will brighten any garden border or patio container through autumn and winter and into spring. Producing a rainbow of colours these fantastically versatile plants bring a unique and refreshing palette to your displays and are perfect for planting en-masse to fill your containers and beds with pretty blooms. The lightly scented flowers erupt from the crown of fresh leaves in an
Prima Belarina primrose 'Goldie' is a striking double-flowered primrose with lightly scented, double blossoms of golden-yellow, creating a sunny burst of colour in borders, pots and baskets. New for 2019 and bred in the UK, these fabulous, compact plants are smothered in clusters of delicately fragranced, double flowers which look like miniature roses. Fabulous wherever you plant them - in pots, containers, beds or baskets, in sun or semi shade - they really are an ideal, easy to grow garden
The genuinely double flowers make this variety stand out and look quite different. Great range of colours and robust growing plant. Flowers through February and March. Height 11-20cm (4-8); spread 11-20cm (4-8).
An old-fashioned favourite wildflower that is quietly disappearing from our countrysides. Pretty clusters of bright yellow, delicately scented flowers above rosettes of soft green leaves. This hardy perennial is perfect for your bed, borders or containers and loved by bees. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Flowers March-May. Height 20-30cm (8-12). Supplied in 9cm pots.
A summer flowering primula and perennial with striking pyramidal flower heads which open to a rich lilac colour from the bottom up, producing a great two-toned colour effect. Flowers April-May.
A beautiful selection of 60 Garden Ready plug plants from our range of Primulas selected by us and a delightful surprise for you. (Please note: Image for illustration purposes only.)
Bright orange-red petals with bright yellow eye. Great winter and spring colour! Flowers January-March. Height 10-20cm (4-8). Supplied in 9cm pots.
Primula Plants - Christmas MixFestive colours for a Christmas Display.Primula Plants - Christmas Mix has been put together with all the lovely warm and traditional Christmas colours to help you celebrate the festive period. From beautiful deep reds through to sparkling warm yellows and crisp cold whites, these Primulas will look stunning this Christmas. Flowering from November and into February, you’ll be able to create an effortless Christmas floral display. Height 11-20cm (4-8"); spread
This perennial is semi-evergreen so it can lose some of its leaves in winter. In colder regions or more exposed gardens, it may lose them all, but then fresh new growth appears again in spring. Position: partial shade; Soil: moist, humus-rich, neutral to acid soil; Rate of growth: average to fast; Flowering period: March to May; Hardiness: fully hardy Our native primrose is held in deep affection, partly because it's one of the first spring flowers. From early March to May clusters of pale
The evergreen Auricula is a very hardy and reliable plant and one of the most adaptable and useful primula's there is from amongst the evergreen rosettes of pale green or grey-green leaves upright stems emerge in spring topped by interesting looking flowers in a mixture of red gold and blue shades. These hardy garden auriculas are perfect for the front of a mixed herbaceous or cottage-garden border where they are happiest in reliably moist humus-rich soil. They also make excellent
Position: full sun or partial shade; Soil: moist, humus-rich, neutral to acid soil; Rate of growth: average; Flowering period: April to May; Hardiness: fully hardy From mid to late spring, scented, deep yellow flowers emerge from rosettes of mid-green leaves and hang in delicate clusters on erect With the reduction of old pastureland colonies of this lovely once-common native wildflower are decreasing. Cowslips are perfect for a wildflower garden on moist soil, so why not help to reverse this