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  1. Primula denticulata 'Ruby'

    Primula denticulata 'Ruby'

    Drumstick primula
    $2.17

    Out of stock

    Primula denticulata, the drumstick primula is unique in appearance, and benefits from being grown in a large, showy group. It can be planted to grow under tall, deciduous shrubs, or at the front of borders, but will also look good when planted in a bog garden or close to water. Ruby.

  2. Primula denticulata var alba, 'White'
    $2.17

    Originating from meadows and the light woodland of the Himalayas this easy-growing species is among the most handsome and striking of the primula family. Primula denticulata is a very early flowering primula and thrives in a moist organic soil in partial shade. White.

  3. Primula denticulata, 'Ronsdorf Hybrids'

    Primula denticulata, 'Ronsdorf Hybrids'

    Drumstick primrose, Himalayan Primrose
    $2.17

    Primula denticulata is among the most handsome and striking of the primula family, it is the “drumstick primula”: the name derives from its dense, spherical flower-head. It is an easy-growing, rumbustious species, suitable for any garden where the soil does not dry out in summer. Mixed Colours.

  4. The sight of the Primula japonica in full flower is guaranteed to gladden the heart in late spring

    Primula japonica 'Deluxe Mix'

    Candelabra Primrose
    $2.45
    The sight of the Primula japonica in full flower is guaranteed to gladden the heart in late spring, the stems being covered in magenta-red flowers from April onwards: a plant of great beauty and colour.
  5. It produces whorls of scarlet-red blooms and makes a wonderful display in shady, damp spots and woodlands.

    Primula japonica 'Millers Crimson'

    Japanese Hardy Primrose
    $2.73

    Primula japonica 'Millers Crimson' produces whorls of scarlet-red blooms and makes a wonderful display in shady, damp spots and woodlands. It will grow in full light but given some dappled shade will grow in most situations where the soil remains moist at all times. For the best impact, plant them in large drifts.

  6. Primula japonica 'Postford White' is almost certainly the most impressive of all of the tall white primulas.
    $3.15
    'Postford White' is a lovely Candelabra Primula. This hardy, long-lived plant will become enormous in rich moist soil, producing golden-eyed ivory white flowers on thick, strong stems. It is almost certainly the most impressive of all of the tall white primulas.
  7. Primula pulverulenta have strong stems that hold tiered whorls of deep red flowers

    Primula pulverulenta

    Candelabra Primrose
    $2.10

    Out of stock

    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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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
  10.  Schizostylis are autumn flowering perennials, they are valued in gardens for their late flowering.

    Schizostylis coccinea, Mixed Colours

    Recently reclassified into the genus Hesperantha.
    Also known as Kaffir Lily,
    $2.73

    Out of stock

    Schizostylis are valued in gardens for their late flowering, they can give your garden as much colour in the autumn as in the height of summer. With lovely dwarf gladioli like flower stalks and individual blossoms that resembles those of a freesia. The satiny globes open wide even in wintry sunshine.

  11. Although Succisa is usually found in wet meadows in their native habitats they are tolerant of ordinary garden soil and conditions.

    Succisa pratensis 'Devil’s Bit Scabious'

    Devil’s Bit Scabious
    Wildflower of Britain and Ireland
    $2.10

    Out of stock

    Blue is such a vivid colour in the crystal-clear light peculiar to early autumn. But it's rather a rarity so the airy wands of small blue buttons found on Succisa pratensis are a particular blessing from August to October. This little wildflower is a very versatile plant and worthy of greater appreciation.

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