Primula sieboldii ‘Kokoroiki’


Clusters of bright pink, white edged, frilly flowers from early April – May. Sieboldii are edge of woodland plants and have been extensively bred in Japan for hundreds of years. They need some shade and do not like the midday sun. Soil that does not dry out and is rich in organic matter is preferable. They die back in early autumn and go dormant. Sieboldii form rhizomes, crowns, just beneath the surface and are easy to divide. Delcate looking light green leaves appear in February. Despite the appearance these are tough , hardy plants. Size H 6-12″ slowly spreading clump. Available in 9cm pots.