Annual Common Primrose Cherry Edge Garden Plant Flower Seeds

Common Primrose Seeds - Cherry

25 Seeds
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50 Seeds
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Common Primrose (Primula Acaulis Danova Cherry Edge) - This flowering cherry red primrose only grows 4 - 6 inches tall. Well matched in flowering time and habit. Well suited for bedding, mixed containers and pot plant use. Early to mid-season type, with 2 to 2 1/2 inch blooms held close to the foliage on compact plants.

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ABOUT
PLANTING DIRECTIONS
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Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

4 - 8

HEIGHT

4 - 6 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Fall & Winter

BLOOM COLOR

Red

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun to partial shade

SOIL TYPE

Humus rich, pH 6.0 - 7.2

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Primula Acaulis

Common Primrose (Primula Acaulis Danova Cherry Edge) - This flowering cherry red primrose only grows 4 - 6 inches tall. Well matched in flowering time and habit. Well suited for bedding, mixed containers and pot plant use. Early to mid-season type, with 2 to 2 1/2 inch blooms held close to the foliage on compact plants.

Sow Primrose seeds indoors in late fall or early winter. Use starter trays and a peaty starter mix. Press the Primula Acaulis seeds into the starter mix but do not cover the flower seeds. Light is beneficial for germination. After the Primrose seedlings get their second or third leaves they can be transplanted to a protected outdoor seedbed or individual pots. Plant out in late winter or early spring. When planting Common Primrose into its permanent place, amend the garden soil with plenty of peat moss and use a slow release fertilizer. Space the Primrose plants 8 inches apart in a partially shaded setting.

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

60 - 65F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

21 - 30 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

Do not cover the seed but press into the soil

SOWING RATE

4 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

7 - 9 inches

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PLANTING DIRECTIONS
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Flower Specifications

SEEDS PER POUND

864,000

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

3 - 9

HEIGHT

24 - 48 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Mid to late summer

BLOOM COLOR

Yellow

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun

SOIL TYPE

Well-drained, pH 5.5 - 7.0

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

Evening Primrose (Oenothera Lamarckiana) - What a treasured wildflower that has naturalized throughout the United States. Evening Primrose is easily propagated from flower seed, and it does wonders when planted in a meadow or along a fence line. Oenothera Evening Primrose gets its name because it opens in the late afternoon and stays opened throughout the evening. It has light yellow blooms that measure over 2 inches across, and they have a rich scent that attracts bees, butterflies and birds.

Evening Primrose is an annual wildflower with a fairly short bloom period. Its flowers may be seen in May and June, with the peak being mid-May.They prefer a sunny area with well-drained soil. They are liberal self-sowers, spreading their own flower seed, so after they are done blooming.

How To Grow Evening Primrose From Seed: To sow Evening Primrose seeds outdoors, prepare weed-free soil and loosen the top 1 - 2 inches. Spread the flower seed and rake them into the soil only lightly covering. Sow Oenothera Primrose seeds in early spring or late fall. Evening Primrose Flower Care: In the spring, before flowering, apply a compost as a fertilizer around the plants. After flowering, cut back the Primrose plants after blooming is done to reduce the spreading. 

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

65 - 70F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

15 - 30 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

1/16 inch

SOWING RATE

Plant this wildflower seed at 3 pounds per acre

MOISTURE

Keep seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

18 - 24 inches

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PLANTING DIRECTIONS
VIDEOS

Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

4 - 8

HEIGHT

6 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Fall & Winter

BLOOM COLOR

Pink

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun to partial shade

SOIL TYPE

Humus rich, pH 6.0 - 7.2

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Primula Acaulis

Common Primrose (Primula Acaulis Danessa Pink Shades) - Danessa is unique common primrose and this variety has brilliant pink flowers! A heat tolerant Primrose that is extra-early flowering and suitable for early Autumn flowering. Excellent plant habit and a good range of bright core colors, ideal for after Summer color in the gardens.  It is the earliest flowing primrose grown from flower seeds.

Sow Primrose seeds indoors in late fall or early winter. Use starter trays and a peaty starter mix. Press the Primula Acaulis seeds into the starter mix but do not cover the flower seeds. Light is beneficial for germination. After the Primrose seedlings get their second or third leaves they can be transplanted to a protected outdoor seedbed or individual pots. Plant out in late winter or early spring. When planting Common Primrose into its permanent place, amend the garden soil with plenty of peat moss and use a slow release fertilizer. Space the Primrose plants 8 inches apart in a partially shaded setting.

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

60 - 65F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

21 - 30 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

Do not cover the seed but press into the soil

SOWING RATE

4 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

7 - 9 inches

ABOUT
PLANTING DIRECTIONS
VIDEOS

Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

4 - 8

HEIGHT

5 - 6 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Winter, early Spring

BLOOM COLOR

Purple

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun to partial shade

SOIL TYPE

Humus rich, pH 6.0 - 7.2

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Primula Acaulis

Common Primrose (Primula Acaulis Primlet Purple) - These mounded plants have purple flowers which look like bouquets of fragrant mini-roses with semi-double blooms.  Long-lasting as an indoor house plant; otherwise, typically grown as an annual. Good for pots, borders, woodland settings, edges and windowsills. Low maintenance & frost tolerant and loves to attracts butterflies.

Sow Primrose seeds indoors in late fall or early winter. Use starter trays and a peaty starter mix. Press the Primula seeds into the starter mix but do not cover the flower seeds. Light is beneficial for germination. After the Primrose seedlings get their second or third leaves they can be transplanted to a protected outdoor seedbed or individual pots. Plant out in late winter or early spring. When planting German Primrose into its permanent place, amend the garden soil with plenty of peat moss and use a slow release fertilizer. Space the Primrose plants 8 inches apart in a partially shaded setting.

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

60 - 65F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

21 - 30 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

Do not cover the seed but press into the soil

SOWING RATE

4 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

5 - 9 inches

ABOUT
PLANTING DIRECTIONS
VIDEOS

Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

4 - 8

HEIGHT

5 - 6 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Winter, early Spring

BLOOM COLOR

Pink

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun to partial shade

SOIL TYPE

Humus rich, pH 6.0 - 7.2

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Primula Acaulis

Common Primrose (Primula Acaulis Primlet Pink Shades) - These mounded plants have pink flowers which look like bouquets of fragrant mini-roses with semi-double blooms.  Long-lasting as an indoor house plant; otherwise, typically grown as an annual. Good for pots, borders, woodland settings, edges and windowsills. Low maintenance & frost tolerant and loves to attracts butterflies.

Sow Primrose seeds indoors in late fall or early winter. Use starter trays and a peaty starter mix. Press the Primula seeds into the starter mix but do not cover the flower seeds. Light is beneficial for germination. After the Primrose seedlings get their second or third leaves they can be transplanted to a protected outdoor seedbed or individual pots. Plant out in late winter or early spring. When planting German Primrose into its permanent place, amend the garden soil with plenty of peat moss and use a slow release fertilizer. Space the Primrose plants 8 inches apart in a partially shaded setting.

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

60 - 65F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

21 - 30 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

Do not cover the seed but press into the soil

SOWING RATE

4 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

5 - 9 inches

ABOUT
PLANTING DIRECTIONS
VIDEOS

Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

4 - 8

HEIGHT

5 - 6 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Winter, early Spring

BLOOM COLOR

Mix

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun to partial shade

SOIL TYPE

Humus rich, pH 6.0 - 7.2

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Primula Acaulis

Common Primrose (Primula Acaulis Primlet Mix) - These mounded plants have flowers which look like bouquets of fragrant mini-roses with semi-double blooms.  Long-lasting as an indoor house plant; otherwise, typically grown as an annual. Good for pots, borders, woodland settings, edges and windowsills. Low maintenance & frost tolerant and loves to attracts butterflies.

Sow Primrose seeds indoors in late fall or early winter. Use starter trays and a peaty starter mix. Press the Primula seeds into the starter mix but do not cover the flower seeds. Light is beneficial for germination. After the Primrose seedlings get their second or third leaves they can be transplanted to a protected outdoor seedbed or individual pots. Plant out in late winter or early spring. When planting German Primrose into its permanent place, amend the garden soil with plenty of peat moss and use a slow release fertilizer. Space the Primrose plants 8 inches apart in a partially shaded setting.

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

60 - 65F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

21 - 30 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

Do not cover the seed but press into the soil

SOWING RATE

4 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

5 - 9 inches

ABOUT
PLANTING DIRECTIONS
VIDEOS

Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

4 - 8

HEIGHT

8 - 10 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Late Winter, early Spring

BLOOM COLOR

Mix

ENVIRONMENT

Partial shade

SOIL TYPE

Humus rich, pH 6.0 - 7.2

LATIN NAME

Primula Obconica

German Primrose (Primula Obconica Libre Mix) - Free-flowering color that lasts. Striking, flowering pot plant with outstanding appeal.  Flower color intensifies and deepens as plants mature. Cold temperatures are not necessary to initiate flowering, but cooler growing conditions produce a more compact, free-flowering plant.

Primula obconica bears pink, lilac-blue, red or white flowers, 1 to 2 inches wide, occasionally with slightly frilled edges. This is a rosette-forming, upright, evergreen perennial that is usually grown as an annual. Leaves are somewhat coarse, serrated, oval to heart shaped, to 6 inches long. Good in rock gardens, containers and as a bedding plant. In general, primroses like climates with cool summers.

Sow Primrose seeds indoors in late fall or early winter. Use starter trays and a peaty starter mix. Press the Primula seeds into the starter mix but do not cover the flower seeds. Light is beneficial for germination. After the Primrose seedlings get their second or third leaves they can be transplanted to a protected outdoor seedbed or individual pots. Plant out in late winter or early spring. When planting German Primrose into its permanent place, amend the garden soil with plenty of peat moss and use a slow release fertilizer. Space the Primrose plants 8 inches apart in a partially shaded setting.

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

60 - 65F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

21 - 30 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

Do not cover the seed but press into the soil

SOWING RATE

4 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

7 - 9 inches

ABOUT
PLANTING DIRECTIONS
VIDEOS

Flower Specifications

SEASON

Annual

USDA ZONES

4 - 8

HEIGHT

4 - 6 inches

BLOOM SEASON

Fall & Winter

BLOOM COLOR

Yellow, Red

ENVIRONMENT

Full sun to partial shade

SOIL TYPE

Humus rich, pH 6.0 - 7.2

DEER RESISTANT

Yes

HOUSE PLANT

No

LATIN NAME

Primula Acaulis

Common Primrose (Primula Acaulis Danova Yellow Red Bicolor) - This flowering primrose with yellow and red bicolor flowers only grows 4 - 6 inches tall. Well matched in flowering time and habit. Well suited for bedding, mixed containers and pot plant use. Early to mid-season type, with 2 to 2 1/2 inch blooms held close to the foliage on compact plants.

Sow Primrose seeds indoors in late fall or early winter. Use starter trays and a peaty starter mix. Press the Primula Acaulis seeds into the starter mix but do not cover the flower seeds. Light is beneficial for germination. After the Primrose seedlings get their second or third leaves they can be transplanted to a protected outdoor seedbed or individual pots. Plant out in late winter or early spring. When planting Common Primrose into its permanent place, amend the garden soil with plenty of peat moss and use a slow release fertilizer. Space the Primrose plants 8 inches apart in a partially shaded setting.

Planting Directions

TEMPERATURE

60 - 65F

AVERAGE GERM TIME

21 - 30 days

LIGHT REQUIRED

Yes

DEPTH

Do not cover the seed but press into the soil

SOWING RATE

4 seeds per plant

MOISTURE

Keep seeds moist until germination

PLANT SPACING

7 - 9 inches

Videos

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