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Primula 'Nikki Perry'

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Nikki and Pete Perry

My name is Pete Perry. I entered the world of horticulture in 1961, and immediately became hooked on Primulas and woodland plants. I have written for many UK publications Gardeners Chronicle, Garden News, Hertfordshire Countryside, The Hardy Plant Society, The Garden History Society and the National Primula and Auricula Society. I also designed the front covers for Gardeners Chronicle in the mid-Sixties.
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I have also raised my own varieties, including a green primrose, which I have Named Nikki Perry', after my wife. (see pictures). Please join us in our appreciation of this most interesting and variable genus of plants, of which there are almost 500 species. The genus Primula is wide and varied, from the native British Primrose and it's cousins, The Cowslip, Oxlip, Scots Primrose and The Birds Eye Primrose, through candelabras, Asiatic, Auriculas to those oddites known as Anomalous, Double, Elizabethan and Victorian primroses. Please join us in our celebration of this wonderful section of plants, and some of the other interesting plants, including unusual forms of British Native wild plants such as white and pink dandelions, unusual forms of wood anemone and lesser celandines all of which we grow and propagate in our garden in Stevenage. Now Go To: Vernales primroses'Edit

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The genus Primula is wide and varied, from the native British Primrose and it's cousins, The Cowslip, Oxlip, Scots Primrose and The Birds Eye Primrose, through candelabras, Asiatic, Auriculas to those oddites known as Anomalous, Elizabethan and Victorian primroses. Please join us in our celebration of this wonderful section of plants...Edit

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