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Wild Primrose

Image of primula vulgaris
Image of primula vulgaris
Image of Primula vulgaris
Image of Primula vulgaris

Primula vulgaris

  • Hardy, perennial plants.
  • Flowers from January until late spring.
  • Plant 9" (23 cm) apart.
  • Yellow flowers.

Supplied as compost block-grown plants.

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Pollinator FriendlyRHS Award of Garden Merit

Utterly hardy, these produce pretty yellow flowers with an orange-yellow centre - mostly single but occasionally double. This is the ultimate cottage garden plant!

Sometimes known as Common Primrose, English Primrose, Blue Primrose or Culver Keys.

Flowering can start soon after Christmas and continues right through to May. It's not unusual to see the pretty flowers appear from melting snows - these really are tough!

This variety of primrose was voted the county flower of Devon in 2002 (in a poll carried out by the charity Plantlife).

Recommended by the RHS to be an excellent attractant and nectar source for bees and other beneficial insects.

  • Hardy, perennial.
  • Semi-evergreen.
  • Thrives in full sun or partial shade, and great for planting under trees and hedges.
  • Great for planting under trees and hedges.
  • Prefers a rich moist soil.
  • Plant 9" (23 cm) apart
  • Divide every three years or so.
  • Yellow flowers.
  • Flowers January to May.
  • Can reach 12" (30 cm) high.
  • Will naturally self-seed.
  • Culinary Uses
  • Flowers and leaves are edible.
  • Leaves can be used for making tea.
  • Young flowers can be used to make primrose wine.

How To...

How To Plant Out Ornamentals
Detailed advice on how to plant out ornamentals, including information on recommended planting distances.

General Information

What's A Compost Block Grown Plant?
Information on the size of the compost blocks that Victoriana grow their plants in - and what you can expect to receive.

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https://www.victoriananursery.co.uk/Wild_Primrose/