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  1. Primula pulverulenta have strong stems that hold tiered whorls of deep red flowers

    Primula pulverulenta

    Candelabra Primrose
    $2.10

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    Primula pulverulenta blooms in late spring with whorls of deep red flowers that are held in tiers up the flower stem. It is a lovely plant from China and is one of the easiest to keep happy and will be long-lived in most gardens.
  2. Primula rosea grandiflora is a delightful plant that grows a tight clustered crown of glossy pointed leaves 10 to 15cm tall.

    Primula rosea grandiflora

    Pink Primrose, Large Pink Primrose
    $1.89

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    Primula rosea “Grandiflora” make the most satisfactory subjects for the shadier portions of the rock garden. Growing to around 20cm tall, it gives a display of bright pink flowers early in the season with wonderful rosettes of mid-green leaves, often bronze-flushed. .

  3. Primula veris is one of the most striking native primula species, best grown in groups especially if naturalised in grass.

    Primula veris

    Cowslip Primrose
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.73
    One of the most striking native primula species, this is best grown in groups, especially if naturalised in grass. The fresh green rosettes of crinkly oval leaves are covered in velvety hairs, rolled inwards as the flower buds form in spring.
  4. Primula vialii is a very striking plant, especially when seen grown in groups.

    Primula vialii 'Orchid Primrose'

    Poker Primrose, Vials Primrose
    $2.73
    P. vialii is a rosette-forming herbaceous perennial, with hairy, oblong-lanceolate leaves and erect stems with a terminal conical spike of light violet flowers 1cm in width, opening from red buds. A really striking plant, especially when seen grown in groups
  5. Prunella vulgaris is an interesting and quite beautiful little wildflower plant.

    Prunella vulgaris 'Self-heal'

    Wildflower of Britiain and Ireland
    $1.75

    Prunella vulgaris is an interesting and quite beautiful little wildflower plant. The plants produce pretty blue-violet flowers in summer, the flowers freely produce nectar and are highly attractive to bees. If you’re looking for something to add to a meadow garden, or something for those shady areas this is the plant for you.

  6. Classed as ‘Endangered’, Pulmonaria obscura is only found in only three small locations in Suffolk woodlands

    Pulmonaria obscura

    Unspotted Dog, Suffolk Lungwort
    European Wildflower
    $4.06

    Pulmonaria obscura is an extremely rare species. Known from just three small locations in adjacent ancient Suffolk woodlands, covering an area of 18 square metres it has only 600 individual stands. One of the first perennials bloom in spring, the flowers are light red, changing to purple and to blue at maturity.

  7. Pulsatilla alpina will tolerate a range of conditions and really hard winters.

    Pulsatilla alpina subsp. alpina

    White Alpine Pasqueflower or Alpine Anemone
    $3.22

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    Pulsatilla alpina subsp. alpina is a charming form, with white flowers, the outer segments flushed with bluish-purple. A favourite for collectors, they have a protracted flowering period and followed by attractive seed heads, they are showy, long-lived and reliable plants with a lengthy period of interest.

  8. Pulsatilla vulgaris is now a very rare native species.

    Pulsatilla vulgaris

    Pasque Flower, Windflower, Meadow Anemone
    $2.94

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    Pulsatilla vulgaris is now a very rare native species, the genus includes some of the loveliest of all flowering plants. In early spring, woolly, flower buds first appear, their silky foliage is deeply divided and covered with soft silvery hairs. The violet-purple flowers often opening while still under snow cover. These plants are always a delight.

  9. Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rote Glocke'

    Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rote Glocke'

    Red Pasque Flower, Windflower, Meadow Anemone
    $3.57

    Out of stock

    Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rote Glocke' is a lovely, deep-red form. Hardy and long lived, they are easy to grow. The flowers are produced very early, often opening while still under snow cover. They can develop into robust clumps after only a few years, with a dozen or more blooms out at any one time.

  10. Pycnanthemum pilosum 'Mountain Mint'

    Pycnanthemum pilosum 'Mountain Mint'

    American Mountain Mint, Hairy Mountain Mint
    $2.17

    This attractive plant will be equally at home in the flower border or keeping company with the sage and thyme in your herb garden. Delightfully aromatic, the floral-peppermint scent is subtly different from other mints. Mountain mint is a great nectar plant, its honey is much sought after.

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