Primula

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Primula allionii 'Raymond Wooster'

Rich pink flowers with white eyes.
£4.00

Primula alpicola

Heads of hanging flowers in mixed colours. In Sikkimensis section.
£6.00

Primula alpicola 'Kevock Sky'

Lovely form with usually large, pale mauve-purple flowers.
£6.00

Primula aurantiaca

Candelabra type with several whorls of orange flowers, red in bud.
£6.00

Primula auricula special seedlings

Flowers in a wide range of colours above rosettes of green leaves.
£6.00

Primula auriculata subsp. olgae

Umbels of pink flowers, with slender leaves; from the Pamirs and Tien Shan.
£4.00

Primula boothii subsp. repens

Wide rosettes with large clusters of rich pink flowers; petiolares section.
£4.00

Primula boothii subsp. repens

Wide rosettes with large clusters of rich pink flowers; petiolares section.
£4.00

Primula capitata subsp. mooreana

Rosettes of serrated leaves and tight heads of purple flowers.
£4.00

Primula chungensis

Candelabra type with orange buds and yellow flowers.
£6.00

Primula cuneifolia subsp. heterodonta

Flat rosettes of toothed leaves and short stems with rose pink flowers.
£4.00

Primula elatior

The oxlip; upright stems with clusters of pale yellow flowers.
£3.00

Primula elatior subsp. pallasii

A form of oxlip originating from Siberia; umbels of pale yellow flowers.
£4.00

Primula ex 'Kath Dryden'

Seedlings from magnificent plant with large, yellow flowers.
£4.00

Primula ex 'Kath Dryden'

Seedlings from magnificent plant with large, yellow flowers.
£4.00

Primula florindae

One or two large umbels of scented, pale yellow or orange flowers.
£6.00

Primula florindae red-flowered

One or two large umbels of scented, red flowers.
£6.00

Primula 'Gigha'

Pure white flowered form of the primrose.
£4.00

Primula 'Gigha'

Pure white flowered form of the primrose.
£4.00

Primula grandis

Yellow, tube-shaped, mealy flowers. (Also known as Sredinskya grandis.)
£4.00