Primula bulleyana is a species has flowers of an apricot colour and freely hybridises with P beesiana to give a range of colours from red through orange to yellow. This species does not have a large rosette out of season and will look quite small when purchased as dormant plants. These Primulas are not suitable for standing in water within the pond, but can cope with quite wet ground conditions provided that the crown and leaves are not submerged. Their ideal position would be light shade and moist soil.
My plants were featured on Gardeners’ World 5th April 2019.
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