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A new cultivar from Japan, this is a translucent pinky-blue snowflake pin.

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White pin with flashes of green variegation

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Newly sourced from Japan, this cultivar is white centred, with pink edged petals.

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White centred pale pink flowers with petals that tend to curl back.  Occasional sporting to the petals

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Flat blooming, slender petalled thrum.  White centred pink flowers.  Petals slender to the centre, with rounded, bilobed edges.

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New from Japan, this cultivar dates back to the late 1800s and is a deep pink deeply notched snowflake form.

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Flat blooming, slender petalled thrum.  Flushed pink flowers, darker towards the centre of the flower. Sourced from Japan by Martin Nest Nurseries, the name translates as “Morning Sun on the Beach”. A very nice sakurasu, which looks very good in the evening light.

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Flat blooming, overlap petalled pin.  White flowers with pale pink suffused reverse.  The cultivar name derives from the river in Saitama, central Japan.

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Flat blooming, notch petalled pin. Deep pink flowers with white suffused centre. Deep pink reverse.  A very reliable cultivar, which was raised on our nursery in 2007 and named after one of Penny’s cats (which looked like the Felix cat).

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Blue hinted pink flower with white central suffusion. Overlapping cherry-blossom petals.  This Primula sieboldii cultivar was raised by Alan Bloom and was kindly provided to us for our national collection by his family.

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Primula sieboldii

Primula sieboldii “Blue”

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Wave blooming, cherry blossom petalled pin.  White flowers with pale blue suffusion and pale blue reverse.  Like many of the ‘blue’ cultivars, this tends to flower later in the season.  We do not know the origins of this very pretty compact sakurasu cultivar, which we sourced in 2005.

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Flat blooming, cherry blossom petalled thrum.  Pale pink flowers, with pale pink reverse.  Tends to be one of the later and profuse flowering Primula sieboldii cultivars.  We do not know the origins of this cultivar, which we obtained in 2007.