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DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES OUR SHOP WILL NOT BE TRADING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
We would like to thank our past clients for their custom.
Everything is well, we are just having a break for a while.
Buy Primulas online all year with Ewhurst Primulas.
The hardy Primula is a very prolific and vigorous range of plants, from colour to size and habit. Some Primulas grow wild in Europe with a few native to the UK. Many come from Asia (Asiatic) with a vast number coming from central China, Japan, Afghanistan and the Himalayas.
Growing Primulas started as a hobby, but in a short time I became addicted to them, and a Primula grower I have become. I have some 40 varieties either in their early stages of growth and many in 9cm pots ready for sale.
Primulas are so diverse in their habit that they have accommodated themselves to our climate and soil well, many will seed naturally. Primulas are ideal for woodlands (semi shade) moist soils, town gardens, rock gardens, dappled shade, around ponds and streams. For the best effects plants should be planted in groups rather than ones and twos.
Online offer for Primulas – Primula Pulverulenta mainly deep red in 5cm modules 9 per tray.
Only £25.00 including delivery (UK mainland only)
Primula Alpicola Alba
Primula Bulleyana (Candelabra)
Primula Candelabra Harlow Car
Primula Candelabra Magic Carpet
Primula Chionantha Sino Purpura
Primula Chungensis (Candelabra type)
Primula Denticulata Alba
Primula Denticulata Ruby
Primula Elatior (Oxlip)
Primula Flaccida (Nutans)
Primula Florindae* (Great Himalayan Cowslip)
Primula Florindae* Copper Shades
Primula Gold Lace (Polyanthus type)
Primula Halleri Longiflora
Primula Helodoxa (Prolifera)
Primula Japonica (Candelabra type)
Primula Japonica Apple Blossom (Candelabra)
Primula Japonica Miller’s Crimson (Candelabra)
Primula Japonica Postford White (Candelabra)
Primula Modesta (var, Fauriae)
Primula Pulverulenta – Special Offer!
Primula Veris (Cowslip)
Primula Vialii (Littoniana)
Primula Vulgaris (Acaulis) Wild Primrose
We believe all plants to be correct to name, however many primulas are open to cross pollination and occasionally variations may occur. Ewhurst Primulas cannot be held responsible should this happen as it is beyond our control.
Although the Primula Candelabra types enjoy moist soils in the summer months they will not enjoy waterlogged soils during winter months, which will make the roots rot away. Provision must be made for this when choosing a place to plant.
Varieties marked with * will generally withstand wet soils during winter months.