Primula Primula section (Vernales)

The Vernales section of primulas, correctly called section Primula, includes our beloved primrose, cowslip and oxlip, which are usually, but not always, pale yellow. There are also some bright pink species from further afield - not to mention the polyanthus hybrids, with appallingly vivid colours, fortunately kept away from us in municipal plantings in the middles of roundabouts.
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Primula elatior

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

Primula elatior subsp. meyeri

One-sided umbels of purple-red, violet or white oxlip-like flowers.
£5.00

Primula elatior subsp. pallasii

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

Primula 'Gigha'

Pure white flowered form of the primrose.
£4.00

Primula 'Gigha'

Pure white flowered form of the primrose.
£4.00

Primula 'Kinlough Beauty'

Magnificent primrose hybrid with brilliant pink flowers with white petal stripe.
£3.00

Primula megaseifolia

Glossy, kidney-shaped leaves and pinky-purple flowers.
£7.00

Primula vulgaris

The well-known primrose - pale yellow flowers with orange centres.
£3.00