PRIMULA hybrid Belarina Series ‘Valentine’

Primrose –

0328 Primula can grow throughout the U.S. Here in Utah, because of our hot summers, they will do better in shade. They like moist, well drained soils. Great for shaded borders.

Clusters of double, intense red flowers each surrounded by a leafy collar. Compact and long blooming.

Winchester Gardens generally stocks this item. 

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Primrose 
Valentine
Perennial
4
Spring
Intense Red
Green


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8-12″
6-10″

Companion Plants
Japanese painted fern – The red- and gray-variegated triangular fronds of Japanese painted fern combine well with Japanese primroses in moist shaded places.
Foxglove – Tall foxgloves interspersed with English or Japanese primroses make a typical spring combination in light shade.
Iris – Blooming at the same time, in wet places yellow flag iris combines well with giant primrose.

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