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Primrose Primula acaulis
1. Crescendo Mix
Performance and color power make this a favorite in any spring assortment. Very long lived and winter hardy.   Click to display 'Crescendo Mix' tag image 6"-8" 6"-8" n/a 4" Green
2. Orion Mix
Large scented flowers in a mix of bold colors on compact 5-6" plants that spread 5-6".   Click to display 'Orion Mix' tag image n/a n/a 5"-6" 5"-6" 5-9 4" Green
Primula denticulata 
3. Ronsdorf Strain
A very fine strain of Primrose, with perfectly spherical heads of dendely-packed flowers, in the full range of colors - bright red, blue, white and lilac. Grows to 12" tall. Provide partial shade and rich, moist soil. Mulch to keep the roots cool.   Click to display 'Ronsdorf Strain' tag image 10"-15" 12" 3-8 4" Green
Primula polyanthus 
4. Pacific Giants Mix
Large vibrant flowers in a wide range of colors. Wrinkled foliage is low growing.   Click to display 'Pacific Giants Mix' tag image 6"-10" 8" 5-8 4" Green
5. Supernova Mix
Extra large blooms held on sturdy stems. Uniform bloom time and vigor. Includes blue, cream, golden yellow, magenta, pink, purple, red, rose, rose bi-color, violet, white and cream. 6B-South Click to display 'Supernova Mix' tag image 6"-8" 8" 4-9 4" Green
Primula vulgaris 
6. Belarina Rossette Butter Yellow
Distinctive foliage encircles a central posy of long-lasting and vividly-hued flowers.   Click to display 'Belarina Rossette Butter Yellow' tag image 8"-12" 12"-14" 4 8" Green
7. Belarina Rossette Nectarine
Distinctive foliage encircles a central posy of long-lasting and vividly-hued flowers.   Click to display 'Belarina Rossette Nectarine' tag image 8"-12" 12"-14" 4-9 1 Gallon White
8. Danova Mix
Extra large blooms are so huge that they nearly cover the lovely rosette of foliage. Provides a welcome, early season display. 6A-South Click to display 'Danova Mix' tag image 8"-12" 6"-12" 3-8 4" Green
9. Quaker's Bonnet
Nature offers no better welcome to spring than colorful Primula. This one is a delightful candy pink, a double for additional pleasure and drama. The leaves are tufted and the flowers are about one inch wide.   Click to display 'Quaker's Bonnet' tag image 6"-9" 6"-12" 3-8 8" Terra Cotta
Primrose (Chinese Pagoda) Primula littoniana 
10. Vialii
Spikes of red calyces with violet-blue flowers opening from the bottom up over lance shaped leaves over . Attracts butterflies.   Click to display 'Vialii' tag image 12"-24" 12"-20" 5-8 4" Green
Primrose (Chinese) Primula capitata 
11. Noverna Deep Blue
Beautiful, long-blooming flower clusters on graceful, silvered stalks. Lovely in cool, moist shaded gardens. Blooms much later into the summer than most other primroses; a unique addition to your collection. Tolerates full sun to consistently moist soil.   Click to display 'Noverna Deep Blue' tag image 12"-16" 10"-18" 4-8 4" Green
Primrose (English) Primula hybrid 
12. Elizabeth Killelay
A beautiful, fragrant, double-flowered selection with deep maroon petals edged in yellow with a yellow eye. It is the result of a cross between a gold-laced p. polyantha and a ruby red double primrose.   Click to display 'Elizabeth Killelay' tag image 6" 6"-12" n/a 8" Terra Cotta
Primrose (Japanese) Primula japonica 
13. Japanese Primrose
This unusual species produces very sturdy flower stalks in a mix of pink, red, and orange shades. Excellend for mixed borders and waterside plantings. Also good in wooded areas.   Click to display 'Japanese Primrose' tag image 18"-20" 6"-12" 3-8 4˝" White
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