Primrose (Primula vulgaris) Native
Primrose (Primula vulgaris) Native Primroses are common and widespread across Britain and Ireland and never fail to please. They are found in woods, at the base of hedgerows and in grasslands. Primroses look especially lovely in a woodland garden or along a shady bank, and are suitable for most shady garden sites. The Primrose is a small, perennial woodland plant that grows no more than 10cm high and can flower from December through to May. It has wrinkly leaves with hairy undersides that form a rosette at the plant’s base. The flowers are pale to deep yellow with darker yellow-orange centres. The single flowers have five notched petals which form on the ends of upright woolly stalks.
- A valuable nectar source for butterflies and bees.
- Plant in partial shade or will also tolerate full sun if the soil remains moist at all times .
- Height ( approx 10cm ( 4in )
- Spread 10cm ( 4in )
- Easy to maintain.
- Cut back after flowering.
- We ship all plants bare root, this means that we wash all the soil off before packing plants. During the summer months we may need to trim some of the foliage back for shipping. Your primula will be ready for potting on into a larger pot or directly into the soil
- Contact us if you require more information. We are available between 08:30am and 16:30pm via telephone Monday to Friday and email outside of these hours we are happy to help with any queries