Primula vialii is a hardy perennial plant that produces flowers that look like mini red-hot pokers! Also known as Vial's primrose.
• The common name is due to the stately crimson-budded spikes of bloom which open to luscious lilac, giving the flowers a magical two toned effect.
• They flower in June and July.
• Their stout erect stems also make superb cut flowers.
• Ideal in cottage gardens and in the woodland garden, they like semi shade.
• A good companion for Primula candelabra.
• They reach a maximum height of around 60cm (24").
• Sold in a 17cm pot, ready to put into the garden