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    ​Primula 'Quaker's Bonnet' (Post)

    Primula 'Quaker's Bonnet' - a very old English Primula which was nearly lost to cultivation but has recently been rescued and we're happy to include it in our offering. Beautiful and a strong grower, ...

    Primula 'Gold Lace'(Post)

    Primula 'Gold Lace' was introduced by the Victorians and was much prized by gardeners in those times. Much prized by us now, it's a lovely spring flower. We have plants available and about to flower ...

    Native Primulas(Post)

    These Primulas are all related and evoke childhood memories of playing in hedgerows and The Common in springtime, near my home in rural Buckinghamshire.They work well in the garden, planted next to a ...

    New Plants(Post)

    Pleased to have added two new plants to our list today. Matthiola incana 'Pillow Talk' has the strongest scented flowers I know. They are a delicious clove-like scent, not unlike Pinks. Plant ne ...

    Oxlips(Post)

    The Oxlip (Primular elatior) is an British native wildflower, classified as endangered in the wild. Similar to the Cowslip, it has larger and paler flowers, which smell of apricots. Oxlips were tradi ...

    Primroses(Post)

    Primroses are a quintessential sign of spring and the word means 'prime rose', or the first rose of spring. The flower has long been linked to faeries and it was believed that growing both red and ...

    True Primrose(Post)

    I potted up these primroses (Primula vulgaris) late in the autumn and they are just beginning to flower now. Although you can buy hybrid primulas of every colour under the sun these days, these true ...

    Autumn is here(Post)

    The clocks go back this weekend and this usually signals the start of autumn proper in our neck of the woods. Leaves are already turning wonderful colours and falling in large numbers at every bre ...