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Types of Primula

Bear's ear​
Bear's ear​

Plant database entry for Bear's Ear (Primula auricula) with 18 images, one comment, and 8 data details.

source: garden.org
Bulley's ​Primrose​
Bulley's ​Primrose​

Find help & information on Primula bulleyana (Pf) Bulley's primrose from the RHS

source: rhs.org.uk
image: carpco.co.uk
Cowslip​
Cowslip​

Primula veris subsp. macrocalyx Primula veris (cowslip, common cowslip, cowslip primrose; syn. Primula officinalis Hill) is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the primrose family Primulaceae.

Drumstick ​Primrose​
Drumstick ​Primrose​

One of the easiest Primrose species to succeed with, performing well in a wide range of climates. Plants form a lush mound or rosette of large green leaves, bearing upright stems with a ball of flowers on the end, ...

Primrose​
Primrose​

Primrose flowers (Primula polyantha) bloom in early spring, offering a variety of form, size, and color. They are suitable for use in garden beds and borders as well as in containers or for naturalizing areas of the lawn.

Primula ​Alpicola​
Primula ​Alpicola​

Primula alpicola, the moonlight primrose, is a species of Primula native to Bhutan and southeastern Tibet, where it grows in vast numbers along the Tsangpo valley alongside Primula florindae. Their habitats hardly ever overlap; P. florindae prefers wetter soils close to rivers, giving way to P. alpicola on drier sites.

Primula ​Elatior​
Primula ​Elatior​

Primula elatior, the oxlip (or true oxlip), is a species of flowering plant in the family Primulaceae, native to nutrient-poor and calcium-rich damp woods and meadows throughout Europe, with northern borders in Denmark and southern parts of Sweden, eastwards to the Altai Mountains and on the Kola Peninsula in Russia.

Primula ​Farinosa Subsp Modesta​
Primula ​Farinosa Subsp Modesta​

Media in category "Primula farinosa subsp. modesta" The following 10 files are in this category, out of 10 total.

Primula Lutea​
Primula Lutea​

Primula lutea Vill. Primula lutea is a species of primrose that grows on basic rocks in the mountain ranges of southeastern Europe, including the southern and eastern Alps, southern Carpathians, Apennines, and the Balkans.

Primula ​Scotica​
Primula ​Scotica​

Primula scotica, commonly known as Scottish primrose, is a species of flowering plant in the primrose family, Primulaceae. It is endemic to the north coast of Scotland, including Sutherland, Caithness and Orkney.

Primula ​Sieboldii​
Primula ​Sieboldii​

Primula patens Turcz. Primula sieboldii, the Japanese primrose, is a species of primrose that is endemic to East Asia. The common name Japanese primrose also applies to the related species Primula japonica.

Siberian ​Primrose​
Siberian ​Primrose​

Siberian Primrose Primula nutans. Family: Primrose Family – Primulaceae; Growing form: Perennial herb. Rootstock very small, tuberous. Height: 5–10 cm (2–4 in.), in fruit up to 20 cm (8 in.). Stem a leafless, glabrous scape.

image: biopix.com
Tibetan ​Cowslip​
Tibetan ​Cowslip​

Primula florindae (Giant Cowslip) Giant Cowslip, Tibetan Cowslip, Bog Primula, Himalayan Cowslip, Tibetan Primrose, Florinda Primrose One of the largest and most fragrant of the primula species, award-winning Primula florindae (Giant Cowslip) is a long-lived perennial favored by many gardeners with damp and partially shaded gardens.

source: gardenia.net

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