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Monday, 13 February 2017

Primrose & Polyantus Primula Vulgaris Spring Perennial Flowers Photograph Collection

Primrose & Polyantus Primula Vulgaris Spring Perennial Flowers

Primrose & Polyanthus Photograph collection Primula vulgaris

Other common names
blue primrose
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Primula acaulis 
Primula grandiflora
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Primula are herbaceous or semi-evergreen perennials, forming a basal rosette of simple leaves, with salver-shaped or bell-shaped flowers which may be solitary or carried in an umbel or in whorls on an erect stem
Horticultural Group
Primroses are rosette-forming herbaceous perennials, sometimes grown as annuals, with clusters of solitary flowers arising from the rosette in late winter or early spring
P. vulgaris is a perennial forming a rosette of tongue-shaped leaves, with many scented, usually primrose-yellow flowers 2.5-3.5cm across, in early spring

This variety of Primrose is fully frost hardy and specifically bred for winter performance.


COLOURS Blue, Primrose, White, Red, Rose, Yellow, Pink and Orange

Height 10 - 15cm Spread Approximately 10cm

Flowering Late Winter to late Spring

Planting Position Full Sun to Partial Shade

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