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Primula Danessa Blue 15cm Pot


Primula Danessa Blue 15cm Pot
Common Name: Primrose

These little gems may only grow +-12cm tall and 15cm wide, but they are hard to ignore when in full bloom and covered in a profusion of intensely coloured flowers.

Primula acaulis, commonly known as Primrose, is a popular and widespread flowering plant species belonging to the Primulaceae family. It is native to Europe and is widely cultivated as an ornamental plant in gardens and landscapes around the world.

Appearance: Primula acaulis is a small herbaceous perennial with a rosette of dark green, slightly wrinkled leaves. The leaves are usually oval to lance-shaped and form a basal cluster close to the ground.

Flowers: The most striking feature of Primula acaulis is its flowers. The flowers are solitary and arise on individual stems (scape) above the rosette of leaves. The flowers come in a wide range of colours, including shades of pink, purple, red, yellow, white, and orange. They have a five-petaled, funnel-shaped structure with a yellow or darker centre.

Flowering Period: Primroses typically bloom in early spring, adding a burst of colour to gardens after the winter season. The flowering period may vary slightly depending on the climate and growing conditions.

Landscape Use: Primula acaulis is a popular choice for spring bedding displays, container gardening, and as an early-season border plant. It is also used as a ground cover in woodland gardens or shaded areas.

Growing Conditions: Primroses prefer cool and moist environments. They thrive in partial shade to full shade and well-draining, humus-rich soil. They are well-suited for temperate and cool climates.

Medicinal and Culinary Use: In traditional medicine, some species of primrose, including Primula veris, have been used for their medicinal properties. However, it’s essential to note that Primula acaulis is primarily grown as an ornamental plant and not typically used for culinary or medicinal purposes.

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Primula Danessa Blue 15cm Pot

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