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Strong stems hold whorls of deep pink flowers with an even deeper maroon eye, opening in succession up in the flower stems. 90x60cm. May-June.
Primula pulverulenta (Primrose). This species will produce deep green, wrinkled leaves about 30cm. The flowering stems are about 1m tall and have a white powder; they carry whorls of 25mm wide flowers, which are white shaded pink, red or purple.
They prefer fertile, well-drained soils, which grow in partial-shade with ample water.
Walls, rock garden