Botanical Name – Primula vulgairs ‘OakLeaf Yellow Picotee’ – NEW
Common Name – Perennial Oakleaf Primula
Description - These unusual plants were developed by Dr Margaret Webster, who has done a lot of research into Primula. A very hardy evergreen primrose with unusual, oak leaf-shaped foliage. Displays an upright clump of bright yellow flowers with orange-red edges in early spring. This is a perennial variety and has proven to be a hardy and will rebloom each year.
Flower Time – Flowering from late winter into mid-spring, these unusual Primula have yellow flowers with a red edge.
Size - Grows to 15-20m high x 35cm wide.
Use - Excellent for borders, woodland gardens or containers.
Position - Part shade position
Maintenance - Easy to grow in any well-drained soil with the occasional feeding. Prefers cooler climates, in the southern states, NSW and Victoria
At a Glance
- Late winter colour
- Part shade
- Perennial form