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Primula pulverulenta AGM
Mealy primrose, Candelabra primula
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Type/Hardiness Herbaceous, Perennial, Hardy
Flowering period Late Spring - early Summer
Height 18-24in/45-60cm
Light preference Full sun/Part shade
Soil preference Moist
Sowing time/depth Autumn-spring, Barely cover
Whorls of pink or soft red flowers clothe erect stems, at the base of which are rosettes of toothed leaves. This primula can grow to 2 feet high, but will usually be a little shorter.
Sowing and/or growing instructions
The most important thing to remember when growing primula seeds is that the temperature must not be too high, as this can inhibit germination. Aim for 50-60F/10-15C. Sow any time between autumn and spring into a good quality, most compost, barely covering (if some seeds are still visible, that's fine). Germination can be slow and erratic, and can sometimes take months.
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