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Primula bullesiana   

A cross between P. beesiana and P. bulleyana with flowers that are a combination of both species. Succession of yellow, orange, red or violet umbels up 10-20" stems, all spring. 

    Common Name:Primrose
    Hardiness Zones:4-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant where soil is moist and high in organic matter.

About Primula: The brightly colored flowers of the primrose plant bloom early in spring. Native to bogs, moist meadows and woodlands, they are perfect for damp or poorly drained soil. Try under a rain downspout, next to your water feature, pond or stream. With adequate moisture, it also performs well in a border (or rock garden for the more dwarf varieties). A great choice for all gardeners.