8 responses to “Primula vulgaris subsp. sibthorpii”

  1. Robert Roggeveen

    A welcome sight this morning — another nor’easter is about to arrive in Connecticut.

  2. Susanne

    oh I miss wild primulas so much! They will not live in Missouri 🙁

  3. Merrill Jensen

    Thanks for this timely post! The Jensen-Olson Arboretum is co-hosting the American Primrose Society’s National Show in Juneau this May. Our keynote speaker is Pam Eveleigh, noted Primula authority and webmaster of Primula World (www.primulaworld.com) the on-line go-to reference for the genus. If you’re interested in attending, please visit the American Primrose Society’s website
    (http://www.americanprimrosesociety.org) for registration information.

    Early to mid-May is actually the best time to catch the spring Primula display at the Arboretum. We also have a number of species that continue the floral display into late summer. We have approximately 160 species and cultivars with always more in the pipeline for you to enjoy…

  4. Steve Edler

    Does this subspecies have pin-eyed & thrum-eyed forms?

  5. John Grimshaw

    Yes, both pin and thrum flowers occur.
    Thanks for the mention!

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