register  -   logged in as -  logout   login 

Home Plants
Bulbs Trade Design News Garden


Primula stenocalyx

Primula stenocalyx is a pretty little primula, probably best in a special place in the garden or in a pot, but kept from full sun, and always at least damp. It has compact rosettes of leaves that are mealy underneath, with short stems carrying an umbel of a few pale pink flowers. These normally appear in late spring, but there can be a second flowering in late summer.

Small rosettes of mealy leaves and umbels of pale pink flowers.

Quantity 9 cm pot
Width 10cm
Height 10cm
Family Primulaceae
Flowering Late spring to early summer
Habitat detail partial shade, not too dry
Garden habitat Alpine winter / shade summer
Soil moist soil
Plant category Alpine
Height range 6 - 20 cm


9 cm pot
Primula stenocalyx
Primula stenocalyx
This page is a static version of the plant page. To see the current version together with price and stock information and, if stock is currently available, the ability to buy the plant please  click here .
Plants you may also like:
Primula rusbyi
Primula rusbyi Mealy leaves and large, bright red-pink yellow-eyed flowers; American. 
Primula capitata subsp. sphaerocephala
Primula capitata subsp. sphaerocephala Globular heads of rich purple flowers. 
Primula capitata subsp. sphaerocephala
Primula capitata Hemispherical heads of rich purple flowers. 
Primula calderiana
Primula calderiana purple-flowered Petiolares section. Clusters of dark purple flowers.