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Winter Flowering Plants

Although winter is the dormant season for many plants, it doesn’t mean that your garden needs to look as though it’s sleeping! There are those hardy plants that face the frosts, lift the gloom and bring some much-needed life and vitality to your garden through those hard few months of the year. Our winter flowering plants have all been thoroughly trialled by the Shirley family, and so you can be assured that whatever variety of hardy winter flowering plant you opt for, it’ll stand up to the elements and provide a stunning display, just when you need it!


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Wild Primrose

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A beautiful plant that can flower through the snow to brighten up your garden in winter and spring. Lovely yellow flowers which are edible - you can even make primrose wine with them!
Currently Not Available To Purchase - Available from APPROXIMATELY late May / early June
Supplied as compost block-grown plants.

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Plant Passport Registration Number: 34265