Primula 'Double Princess' Mix - Plant

Primula acaulis 
Primula 'Double Princess' Mix
Fabulous double blooms! This new primula ‘Double Princess’ mix has very noticeable, rose-like flowers! Give these primulas a nice spot on the patio or decking or plant them at the front of the border. They will really steal the show – guaranteed! Order these early flowering plants today!
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Planting and flowering details

Plant Details

  • Planting
  • We recommend planting Primula acaulis ‘Double Princess’ mixed as soon as possible after delivery, in a flower pot or a patio container. Choose a pot with holes in the base to provide adequate drainage. Cover the bottom of the pot with gravel or a layer of hydro granules. Put potting compost or special tub plant compost in the pot and place the root balls of the double flowered mixed primula at the right depth. Fill with compost and press firmly down. Water generously immediately after planting and put the pot in a spot in full sun or (partial) shade.
    Double primrose make beautiful combination plants
    The double-flowered primula mix will look really appealing in a spacious planter, flower pot, or a basket. You can create a cheerful winter hanging basket with this Primula acaulis ‘Double Princess’ mixed together with cyclamen and the white Christmas rose (Helleborus niger). Plant them close to each other for a maximum effect.

    During the flowering period Primula acaulis ‘Double Princess’ mixed can be enjoyed as an indoor plant placed in a cool spot.
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  • Care
  • Water your Primula acaulis ‘Double Princess’ mixed regularly, so that the soil doesn't dry out. By regularly removing the dead flowers of the double-flowering primulas you will encourage a second flowering. For an extra rich flowering we recommend adding plant food to the water on a regular basis during the flowering period. Even though these plants are winter hardy we recommend potting up these mixed Primula temporarily and keeping them indoors in a cool spot. After flowering, the primroses can be planted in the garden.
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  • Specifics
  • Primula acaulis produces large full rosettes on very short stems and sit immediately above the leaves. The scientific name ‘acaulis’ signifies ‘without stem’. Primula acaulis ‘Double Princess’ mixed are double-flowered primroses. Our mix consists of red, yellow, white, pink and purple flowers.
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