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Primula florindae

Primula florindae is easy, in a damp place. In a soggy area of our garden that we call a lawn we mow these primulas, which survive but don't grow very tall! Elsewhere, they can grow to a magnificent 120 cm or more tall, and have one (occasionally two) whorls of flowers on short spreading or hanging pedicels (stems), sometimes a hundred or more, with a lovely scent. Most have soft yellow flowers (the Tibetan cowslip) or are a pale orange, but others can be quite a bright red. This catalogue entry represents a mixture of the usual yellow or orange forms.

One or two large umbels of scented, pale yellow or orange flowers.

Quantity 1 litre pot
Width 30cm
Height 1.2m
Family Primulaceae
Flowering Early summer
Habitat detail moist or wet, shade or part shade
Garden habitat Part shade
Soil fertile, well drained soil
Plant category Herbaceous
Height range 60 cm - 1.2 m


1 litre pot
Primula florindae
Primula florindae Primula florindae - yellow Primula florindae - orange
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