Primula florindae (Giant Tibetan Cowslip)


Primula florindae (Giant Tibetan Cowslip)

Family: Primulaceae
Zone: 4 - 9
Natural Range: Southeastern Tibet; Tsangpo
Soil: Average to moist, humus rich
Light: Part sun, sun
Height: 47”
Bloom Time: May to July
Attracts: Hummingbirds, Butterflies
Resistant to: Deer, Rabbit

Attributes: Deciduous. Rosette forming. Butter yellow bell flowers a top of the scape. Lightly scented.

Notes: An easy and rewarding perennial that has proven to be shade tolerant and still floriferous.

Companion plants:  Rheum, Aconitum, Iris, Gunnera, Iris, Roscoea, Ranunculus

Primula florindae (Giant Tibetan Cowslip)


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