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Hardy English Primrose

Hardy English Primrose

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These petite beauties offer bright, sunny color in a hardy variety that returns every spring. You'll love the huge bloom clusters in an attractive array of colors. PP13437

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Light: Shade, Partial Shade
Height: 6 - 12"
Deer Resistant
Bloom Time: Early spring to early summer.
Spread: 10 - 12"
Zones: 3-8

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Hardy English Primrose Product Details

Botanical Name: Primula polyanthus Elite Hybrids
Form: Perennial
Sun Exposure: Shade, Partial Shade
Height/Habit: 6 - 12"
Spread: 10 - 12"
Spacing: 10 - 12"
Hardiness Zone: 3-8
Foliage Type: Forms basal rosettes of oval to lance-shaped leaves that are medium green.
Flower Form: 2 1/2 - 3" flowers form terminal clusters 6-8" across with a yellow center.
Flower Color: Mixed
Flowering Date: Early spring to early summer.
Planting Requirements: Set at same depth as it is growing in the container. Firm soil and water thoroughly.
Soil Requirements: Deep rich, humus-enriched soil that is moisture retentive
Growth Rate: Moderate
Unique Characteristics: The large prolific clusters of blooms. One of the most colorful perennials for shady sites.
Pruning: Not necessary
Additional Information: If planted in too dense of shade, will not flower properly.
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Primrose Review by Gee - Northern , MI
Posted on 2012-12-30 17:23:43

A slow start year one, but the first flowers to bloom (big) year 2. Very vibrant colors.

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With eye-catching colors like orange, yellow, pink, purple, and white, the Hardy English Primrose is a welcome addition to any garden. Primrose plants prefer the shade and are exceptionally easy to grow! Unlike other flowers, the hardy primrose doesn't require any pruning.

When you're ready to plant your english primrose, you'll need to dig a hole as deep as the pot in which your flower comes in, as this is as much space as it needs to establish and expand its roots. Once it's re-packed with soil, water your hardy primrose regularly and wait for it to bloom in one of its signature, cheery colors in early spring. The blossoms that result will last though midsummer.

A perennial, the Hardy English Primrose will return with its bright flowers year after year if cared for properly. Aside from regular waterings and a shaded planting spot, sprinkle mulch over the plant during summer to keep the roots cool. And, after summer flowering season, cut the plants back in autumn. This is also a good time to divide your hardy primrose so that you can have even more of them to plant come spring.

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