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Where to plant in my garden? 


Good for borders, hedge bottoms, under trees, in a mini meadow or in the front of a herbaceous border.

Preferring fertile, moist soil in shade or semi-shade.

Clumps benefit from frequent division. 

 

Flowers: March-June
Habitat: Woodland, hedgerow and grassland
Height: 8-15cm
Growth Type: Perennial 
Position: Shade to semi-shade
Soil Preference: Wide range

 

Primrose

£5.95Price
  • Primula vulgaris

     

    5 Jumbo plug plants

     

    The yellow flowers of Primrose are one of the most familiar signs of spring.

     

    Nectar-pollen-rich-flowers provide much needed food for emerging bees, butterflies and moths.

     

    Attracts Brimstone and Green-veined white butterflies.

     

    A caterpillar food plant of the Duke of Burgundy Butterfly, one of the most rapidly declining butterflies in the UK.

     

    Pollinated by night-flying insects.

     

    Becoming rare as our woodlands and hedgerows disappear.

     

    Advised to plant in informal groups to encourage recognition and attract bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects.