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Notes About :PRIMULA

All Primulas listed below are long-lived, true perennials. The varieties that are for light shade to shade thrive best with some summer moisture, although they don't need frequent watering.
PRIMROSE, AURICULA. (Rock Garden Types) This group of plants holds a myriad of gems yet to be discovered by many garden enthusiasts. Even though there are some tricky varieties for the advanced collector, all varieties listed below are easy to cultivate. Most of the original species come from higher altitudes (6000 ft.+) with exception of P.auricula and P.hirsuta that grow in elevations as low as 700 ft. Hence, they like full sun but not hot. Where 90s are common, plant them in light to half shade, protecting them from the afternoon sun. In cooler climates you can plant them in full sun. In either place, they like it on the dry side in summer. The soil, you already guessed it, should be well drained .

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2-3/8" 4 March-May - 3" $8.00  
(allionii-Hybr.) a short plant with loads of large, bright white flowers and scalloped leaf edges. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in high elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat. For the front of borders, rock gardens and troughs.

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2-3/8" 5 March-May - 2" $8.00  
An extra large and dark pink blooming selection with white eyes, needs extra drainage and resents high levels of fertilizer . Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in high elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat.

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3 1/2" 4 March-May - 5" $8.00   Sold Out
A vigorous auricula type with large, almost white-centered flowers shading from plum-red to beetroot. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in higher elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat. For the front of borders, rock gardens and troughs.

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2-3/8" 4 March-May - 5" $8.00   Sold Out
A rich violet-blue, sometimes more blue then others, depending on season and conditions. Strong grower and floriferous. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in higher elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat. For the front of borders, rock gardens and troughs.

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2-3/8" 5 March-May - 5" $8.00  
Ready April 2015. Fully double, purple-violet flowers on this outstanding selection. A good grower, too. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in higher elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat.

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2-3/8" 4 March-May - 5" $8.00   Sold Out
Ready April 2015. Deep violet-blue petals fading into softer tones toward the edges. The center is creamy-yellow at first, turning to almost white later. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in higher elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat. For the front of borders, rock gardens and troughs.

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2-3/8" 5 March-May - 3-5" $8.00   Sold Out
Yellow flowers with irregular green edges and somewhat pointy petals, giving them a star-shape appearance. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in higher elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat.

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2-3/8" 4 March-May - 3-4" $8.00  
A rarely offered white selection, opening in creamy-yellow and fading to almost pure white. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in higher elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat. For the front of borders, rock gardens and troughs.

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2-3/8" 5 March-May - 5-8" $8.00   Sold Out
Striking double green variety kindly shared with us by Susan Schnare (We will be offering more of hers in the future) Besides having the most unusual flowers, the plant is a good grower and heavy bloomer. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in higher elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat. For the front of borders, rock gardens and troughs.

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2-3/8" 4 March-May - 3-5" $8.00   Sold Out
An easy to grow auricula type, with large, round flowers of a rich, velvety-red color over a long period of time. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in higher elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat. For the front of borders, rock gardens and troughs.

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2-3/8" 4 March-May - 5" $8.00   Sold Out
Almost true blue at times, depending on the season and conditions. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in higher elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat. For the front of borders, rock gardens and troughs.

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2-3/8" 4 March-May - 5" $7.50   Sold Out
A form of P.hirsuta f. typica, has intense colored flowers with a white center. Vigorous grower and reblooms often in fall. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in higher elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat. For the front of borders, rock gardens and troughs.

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3-1/2" 4 March-April - 3-5" $7.50  
A long-lived, low growing variety with clusters of lavender-pink flowers, in the shape of cowslips.

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2-3/8" 4 April-May - 3-4" $7.50  
A long-lived, true perennial, discovered by Julia Mlokosjewicz in 1900, whose daddy was no one less than the gentleman that discovered Paeonia mlokosewitschii. A semi-evergreen plant that grows slowly into cushions with short stolons, which is unique to Primula. Easily grown in most soils; needs more moisture in full sun and warmer climates.

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3 1/2" 4 March-May - 2-3" $7.50  
A long-lived, true perennial, discovered by Julia Mlokosjewicz in 1900, whose daddy was no one less than the gentleman that discovered Paeonia mlokosewitschii. A semi-evergreen plant that grows slowly into cushions with short stolons, which is unique to Primula. Easily grown in most soils; needs more moisture in full sun and warmer climates.

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3-1/2" 5 April-June - 6-10" $8.00  
Has large umbels of several dark pink blooms above fuzzy leaves. The plant spreads by underground runners. Easy in moist woodland.

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3 1/2" 5 April-June - 6-8" $12.50  
A very rare, showy selection from Japan with rich red flowers; the reddest of all P. kiosiana. Doesn't spread as fast as the species.

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3 1/2" 5 April-June - 6-8" $8.00  
A rare form of this Japanese native. Besides the regular fuzzy leaves, var. shikokiana is also covered with white hairs. The white flowers are over an inch across, arranged in umbels of several blooms. The plant spreads by underground runners. Easy in moist woodland.

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2-3/8" 4 March-May - 5" $8.00   Sold Out
Stunning selection from J.Eschman of Switzerland, with powdered, white edged, jagged leaves. The violet-blue flowers have a powdery eye. A reliable re-bloomer in late summer-fall. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in higher elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat.

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3 1/2" 4 Feb.-April - 2-4" $7.50   Sold Out
Small carpet forming, long lived plant with rich, deep purple flowers, large for that type, with a small yellow eye. May bloom off and on throughout the year.

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2-3/8" 4 March-May - 2-3" $8.00  
Simply cute, with deep rose-pink flowers that are larger then the leaves. A cross between P. allionii and P. carniolica; like most alionii, needs good drainage and resents high levels of fertilizer.

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2-3/8" 4 March-May - 3" $8.00   Sold Out
An overall smaller plant with milky-white flowers above white powdered, toothed leaves. Easy and vigorous. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in higher elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat.

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3 1/2" 6 June-Aug. - 18-24" $7.50   Sold Out
An evergreen member of the candelabra group, which is very unusual. Still likes the same conditions: dappled to half shade in rich, moist soil. Once established it tolerates drier spells and takes full sun in cooler regions. One of the latest primroses to bloom, reddish-purple, 3-6 whorls of flowers per stem.

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2-3/8" 4 March-May - 3-5" $7.50   Sold Out
A very easy to grow variety similar to 'Boothman' but with larger flowers. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in higher elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat. For the front of borders, rock gardens and troughs.

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3 1/2" 4 March-May - 5-8" $7.50   Sold Out
I know there are lots of excellent named varieties out there but couldn't resist introducing this seedling with a very unusual color, great vigor and adaptability. Proofed to be quite popular at local plant sales. Grows in most well drained garden soils. Full sun is fine in high elevation and/or cooler regions, otherwise needs a place without afternoon heat. For the front of borders, rock gardens and troughs.

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