Strange blooming pin flower. Pure white, downward facing flowers in a closed five-star. This cultivar name translates as “Washing Grass Paper”
Blue backed and blue shaded white faced thrum. Slender, flat tending to grasp-blooming petals. A floribund and reliable Primula sieboldii cultivar, which dates from the early 1800s in Japan.
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.
Wave blooming, overlap petalled thrum. Blue shaded white flowers with dark blue reverse. Tends to be lower growing with tight flower heads. Raised by Julian Sutton in Devon and named after the Dartmoor river. A very attractive, semi-compact Primula sieboldii cultivar.
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.