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Primula sieboldii

Benjamin

£7.00

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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£5.00

Sea Pen Evergreen mat-forming, with dark green fronds to 15cm.  Good for moist neutral to acidic soil, in in partial or full shade, but will grow in full sun in damp soil.

£5.00

Deer Fern (Hard Fern) Native fern, which establishes well in shady areas in damp, neutral to acidic soil.  Evergreen fern forming neat clumps of long arched comb-like fronds. The tough fronds give the name Hard Fern.

Primula sieboldii

Blue

£7.50

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.

Primula sieboldii

Blue Lagoon

£7.00

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.

Primula sieboldii

Blush Pink

£7.00

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.

Primula sieboldii

Bonbori

£10.00

White veined pink double cherry blossom flowers creating a more reliable “double” flower than many other of our Primula sieboldii cultivars. Our collection of semi-double sieboldii all exhibit a variable trait on the extent of the double-petalling.  In good weather years the flowers will show the double nature fully.  In poor weather seasons the flowers [...]

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£6.50

Epimedium franchetii OG87001.  Found in 1987 by Mikinori Ogisu in Hubei (China) and named in 1996 by William Stearn. Evergreen forming clumps with bright lemon yellow flowers.  Attractive coppery leaves when young.  H&S to 50cm.

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Epimediums

Buckland Spider

£6.50

Large dusky pink flowers to 25cm in spring with the new foliage. Deciduous in acidic humus rich soil in shade.

Epimediums

Buff Beauty

£6.50

Evergreen with buff/amber flowers. Inner sepals white hinting pink. Petals edged lemon yellow fading to white along the spurs.  Raised by Wildside Nursery in Devon. It is a small to medium sized evergreen plant.

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Asiatic Primulas

Bulleyana

£4.00

Candelabra primula. Early summer flowering. Whorls of vivid orange flowers

Primula sieboldii

Bureikô

£7.00

Bright pink thrum with flat, snowflake petals.  This Primula sieboldii cultivar can ‘sport’ but our source plant tends not to.  This cultivar is a relatively recent introduction from the late twentieth century.