Discovered in 1999 by Dr Richard Brumpton, and first exhibited to the public by Dr Margaret Webster on the 21st April 2001 at the Saltford Primula Show, Oak Leaf Primulas are little known in Europe, and virtually unknown in the rest of the world.
For instructions on how to grow primulas from seed, please refer to our Primula Cultivation page.
Oak Leaf Primulas
These charming Primulas have scalloped or lobed leaves similar to those of an oak leaf. The flowers are borne in clusters of 15-30 on single stems about 10 inches tall. Each plant can produce up to 10 flower stems a year between the months of February and April, depending on the hardiness zone, and provide a display for six to eight weeks.
£5.00 per packet of 25 seeds
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