Ball blooming stigma and anther equal. White petals, with soft pink shaded underside, in the form of a loose ball.
Wave blooming, overlap petalled thrum. Pure white flowers. Tends to be lower growing that normal and one of the later cultivars to come into flower. One of our first cultivars, from Martin Nest Nurseries and a very neat and attractive Primula sieboldii.
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).
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.
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. The name translates as “Informal Meeting”