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Family: PrimulaceaeMain Season: SpringFlower Colour: PinkLeaf Colour: GreenFoliage: DeciduousPosition: ShadeSoil Type: Ordinary, medium loamHeight: 15cm to 30cm (6" to 12")Peat Free? YesHardiness Guide: RHS H5 minimum -10C to -15CPot Size: 9cm
Approx. 10 in stock
Pretty pink flowers on this P. elatior x P juliae hybrid. Showy flat faced flowers held in large heads up to 15cm in late winter and spring. Good soil in light shade.
'David Valentine' makes neat tidy clumps of short stemmed leaves and produces a good display of flowers over an extended season. If the weather stays cooler and not too dry you can still have odd stems of flowers well into summer.
The flowers are an attractive pink, towards the blue end of the colour. One parent, the oxslip, Primula elatior has typical pale yellow flowers whillst the other parent Primula juliae, a primrose relative from the eastern Caucasus with bright magenta flowers.
Created by David Valentine who was a taxonomist who experimented with British Primulas.
Gladiolus 'David Hills' (papilio hybrid)£7.00
Fresh light pinkish-red flowers with primrose yellow throats from midsummer into autumn. Strong stems to 80cm. Well drained soil in full sun.
Primula 'Lady Greer'£4.50
AGM. A delightful little primrose hybrid with neat clumps of leaves and masses of light yellow flowers in spring on stems to 20cm. Good soil in light shade.
Primula veris ssp. macrocalyx£5.50
Bright cheerful cowslips for early spring flowers that carry on for several weeks. This subspecies beeing larger and more robust than the normal one. 40cm.