Since 2000 we have diligently collected an exciting range of Asiatic Primulas with a particular emphasis on Primula sieboldii cultivars. Last year we launched our website in conjunction with the mail order side of our business. We will still continue to sell primulas at RHS shows including Cardiff, Malvern and BBC Gardeners` World Live but in addition you are now able to purchase, on-line from us over the winter months, ready for the spring. All our mail order plants are grown in 9cm pots. Along with offering Primula sieboldii for sale we also carry a range of latter flowering Asiatic Primulas including many of the candelabra forms such as Primula alpicola, Primula beesiana, Primula florindae and Primula prolifera along with the striking Primula vialii to name only a few.
Penny’s Primulas is a trading name for Staddon Farm Nurseries. The nursery is a small family run business, established in 1996. Penny and Melvyn will be your key contacts for processing your orders. In October 2013 we were awarded National Collection Holder status for Primula sieboldii Japanese cvs. At present this is the only recognised collection of Primula sieboldii in the UK.
Although our North Devon nursery is not generally open to the public, we will be opening the nursery on Easter Sunday and Monday, 20-21st April, this year (2014).
Penny’s Primulas is a trading name for Staddon Farm Nurseries. The nursery is a small family run business, established in 1996. Penny and Melvyn will be your key contacts for processing your orders. Our North Devon nursery is not generally open to the public, but if you email us with a request, we will try to find a time for you to visit.
In Autumn 2013, Staddon Farm Nurseries was awarded National Collection status for Primulas sieboldii Japanese cvs., by Plant Heritage, a UK charity whose aim is to preserve the diversity of garden plants in the British Isles.
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