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Informal plants with the same shape and habit as the familiar wild primrose. As opposed to the polyanthus forms, the hybrids of the Primula acaulis produce a profusion of individual flowers on single stems. These strains maintain the form of the old named primroses - most of which have now vanished - but they are stronger in constitution and much more enthusiastic in performance. Each plant is a softly fragrant bonanza of blossom. Pick the flowers for your first spring posies - for each blossom plucked, another long scrolled bud springs up.
Flowering time: February to April
For tips on growing acaulis see the section on Primroses and Polyanthus.
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