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Primula zambalensis

Primula zambalensis has pale lilac flowers on tall stems, so that the head of flowers can be much larger than the few fleshy leaves. It comes from wet limestone rocks. The plants quickly form clumps, which should be divided frequently. Primula gemmifera and zambalensis were once classified as varieties of gemmifera, but they have now been split into separate species.

Mat of small leaves with relatively tall stem and large pink flowers.

Quantity 9 cm pot
Width 10cm
Height 20cm
Family Primulaceae
Flowering Early summer
Habitat detail wet limestone rocks
Garden habitat Alpine winter / shade summer
Soil alkaline, humus rich soil
Plant category Alpine
Height range 6 - 20 cm


9 cm pot
Primula zambalensis
Primula zambalensis
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