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Primula elatior AGM

  • Pot size: 9cm
  • Plant size: 30cm (12in)
  • Growing condition: Partial - full shade
  • Flowering season: February to April

The native oxslip, lovely in a woodland/shade situation. Not botanically correct but for all the world looks like a natural hybrid between a cowslip and primrose. A wonderfully cheery plant.



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Primula 'Guinevere'

Primula 'Guinevere'

  • Pot size: 1 Litre
  • Plant size: 30cm (12in)
  • Growing condition: Partial shade
  • Flowering season: February to March

A fine primrose wiith dark red foliage and masses of pink flowers in Spring. Tough and easy form.

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Primula vulgaris AGM

  • Pot size: 9cm
  • Plant size: 15cm (6in)
  • Growing condition: Partial - full shade
  • Flowering season: February to April

The much loved, native woodland primrose, a gem of a plant that, if it weren't so common here in Somerset and the surrounding areas, would be held in much higher regard. Very easy and an important source of early nectar.

An absolute must for a native, wildlife and or woodland garden.



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