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£7.00

Strange blooming, cherry blossom petals stigma and anther equal.  Downward pointing tightly curled petals, pale pink on the inside with darker pink on the outside.  Unusual form, the name translates as “Aroused Lion”.

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£7.00

Pretty white-centred pink cultivar with narrow bi-lobed petals.  This is our slowest cultivar to bulk up.

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£10.00

Pink ribbed white double cherry blossom

£7.00

Ball blooming stigma and anther equal.  White petals, with soft pink shaded underside, in the form of a loose ball.

£7.00

Flat blooming, notch petalled pin.  White flower with irregular pink markings and pale pink blush.  Commonly sports dark pink flowers.  The cultivar name translates as “Evening in Tatsuta”

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Asiatic Primulas

Primula vialii

£4.00

Needs cool moist and free draining neutral to acidic soil, which does not dry out in summer, or get waterlogged for long periods in winter.

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Asiatic Primulas

Primula x bulleesiana

£4.00

Candelabra primula. Flowering June through to July. Flower colour range from oranges through to purples, pinks and reds.

£5.00

East Indian Holly Fern.  Small hardy evergreen fern, to 30cm.  Bright green fronds with gold stripe centre.  Popular florists fern. Syn. Arachnoides aristata

Primula sieboldii

Sinseto

£7.00

Pure white flat-faced cherry blossom thrum. Flowers smaller than average

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Primula sieboldii

Snow Flakes

£7.00

Small pure-white, bilobed slender petals. Thrum.  This cultivar was raised by Alan Bloom.  Our collection plants were kindly provided by his family.

Primula sieboldii

Snowdrop

£7.00

Large petalled pure white pin.  Cherry-blossom petals in loose grasp blooming form.  This is the only cultivar in our collection that was sourced as a micro-propagated form and after an indifferent first year is now a very reliable and attractive plant.

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Primula sieboldii

Snowflake

£7.50

Flat blooming, snowflake petalled thrum.  Pure white flowers.  This is the cultivar that everyone wanted after we were featured on BBC Gardener’s World in 2013.