This item consists of one plant of each of the three British native primulas illustrated, i.e. vulgaris (top), veris (left) and elatior. (3 plants in total)
A primrose by a river's brim ..... The wild or native primrose (Primula vulgaris) grows naturally and in abundance in woods, hedgerows and banks throughout the UK. This gives a clue as to where you should grow it in cultivation. Plants are supplied bare-root and are mature flowering size.
Primula veris is the common cowslip. An easy going perennial naturally found in damp open pastures but will grow in a wide range of garden habitats.
Primula elatior, the oxlip has beautiful nodding bright yellow flowers on stems 30 cm (1 foot) tall are produced from March to April depending on season and locality.
Plants are supplied bare-root and are of mature flowering size; they will flower next season.