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A summer-flowering perennial primula with striking pyramidal flower heads that open to a rich lilac colour from the bottom upwards, producing a lovely two-tone colour effect. Flowers April-May. Height 20-30cm (8-12); spread 10-20cm (4-8).
The flowers are a sumptuous shade
Primula Plants - Everlast A modern breeding breakthrough with unique genetics Primula Plants - Everlast is a great variety and almost a modern version of the incredibly popular wild primrose. Ideal for long-lasting perennial colour during the dullest months of the year! A modern breeding breakthrough with unique genetics, Everlast will add a continuous flush of delicious pale yellow flowers to your garden for an incredible 5 months - from early autumn right through to spring. Prolific with
A welcome sight in spring
Our native, woodland primrose.
Our native yellow cowslip
A well known wildflower which was once very common in fields
Primula 'Stella Porcelain Blue' is a delightful primrose with lovely pale lavender blue flowers with bright yellow centres above rosettes of textured leaves.
Primulas are woodland plants, so they love shady areas and look wonderful growing underneath shrubs and trees, and their colour makes them appear to glow in the dappled light. A little taller when in bloom than a lot of primroses, it makes a lovely, delicate cut flower.
Reliable perennials that will naturalise easily, they form tight
Primula Vialii Orchid Primrose flowers are unlike any other primrose! This beautiful variety is a wonderful option in your border with tall stems which carry spikes of contrasting mauve and crimson blooms, providing your space with bold and lovely colour.
Tiny lilac petals gradually creep up scarlet flower heads as their blooms unfurl, to create a magical transformation. Primula vialli is ideal for damp, shady spots and simply stunning in large groups around bog gardens, woodlands and the damp soil at ponds edges.
The primrose is perhaps one of our most loved and familiar native flowers, heralding spring with pretty clusters of pale lemon flowers nestling amongst rosettes of green foliage. Great for naturalising, perfect for shady areas, fast growing. Flowers March-early May. Height 10-20cm (4-8"). Supplied in 9cm pots.
Primula veris Plants Winner of RHS Award of Garden Merit on a comeback! The Primula veris Plant is a beautiful old- fashioned wildflower, favourited by many. Despite being a favourite, the Primula veris Plant is in danger of disappearing from the UK countryside. The pretty clusters of bright yellow flowers bloom above rosettes of soft green foliage. The delicately scented flowers look absolutely amazing planted in flower beds and flower borders around your garden. The Primula veris Plant is a
Holding an RHS Award of Garden Merit, Primula denticulata is an incredibly versatile little perennial. Tolerant of shade and poorly drained conditions, it is ideal for pondside or streamside planting and boggy areas. However, drumstick primrose is equally happy in containers or at the front of borders, even in full sun so long as the soil is moist. Purple flowers with a yellow eye are produced in tight, pom-pom-like globes on upright stems from April to June, which blend beautifully with ferns,