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A Primroses for Sale

A Primroses for Sale

Primroses for Sale

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Spring has sprung, and you know what that means: the time for primroses for sale has come around again. It’s one of the most popular flowers of the year. Because of this, primroses for sale can be difficult to find.Dazzling primrose plants produce masses of bright pink, red, purple, yellow or white flowers that are sure to capture attention. Clusters of these shade perennials bloom in early spring to early summer, and pink primrose plants and other hues grow well alongside tulips, daffodils and hyacinths. Shy evening primroses offer flowers that may only bloom during days or evenings. Much breeding took place in the late 19th and early 20th century and continues to this day bringing us new colours and markings. One of the most outstanding recent introductions is the blue evening primrose plant 'Zebra Blue' with remarkable bright blue blossoms, striped with white and a yellow eye. Flowering from March until June, they look stunning in pots or borders.

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or occasionally common primrose or English primrose. In appropriate conditions, the wild primrose can cover the ground in open woods and shaded hedgerows. It is found mainly by streams, under bushes, in orchards and clear, moist deciduous forests. Occasionally it also appears in meadows. Both flowers and leaves are edible, the flavour ranging between mild lettuce and more bitter salad greens. The leaves can be cooked in soup but preferably with other plants because they are sometimes a little strong. The leaves can also be used for tea, and the young flowers can be made into primrose wine. Bedding and Patio PlantsAgeratum PlantsAntirrhinumAsterBedding Begonia PlantsBeacon ImpatiensBusy Lizzie Plug PlantsCinerariaColeusCosmos PlantsCupheaDahlia PlantsDianthusFuchsia PlantsGazania PlantsGerberaGeranium Plug PlantsLobelia Bedding PlantsMargueritesMimulusNemesiaNicotianaMarigold Bedding PlantsOsteospermum Plug PlantsPansies & Violas (Spring/Summer)Petunia Bedding PlantsPhloxPortulacaSalvia Bedding PlantsStocksSunPatiensVerbena Bedding PlantsWholesale Bedding PlantsZinniaGarden Ready Bedding and Basket PlantsSALEWholesale Bedding PlantsNew Plants for 2020A-Z PLANT LIST

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