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Primula auricula Helen Barter

More sunshine this morning and Primula auricula Helen Barter is flowering in the cold frame. Rich took this gorgeous photo. I love the purple and green and the way the light shines through the flo.

Primula auricula 'Orb' A green-edge Show auricula.

Primula auricula 'Orb' A green-edge Show auricula.

Light Centered Alpine Auricula

Light-centred Alpine Auricula 'Blue Yodeller' - Bred by Ken Bowser in 2001 from Victoria de Wemyss.

Striped Show Auricula

The National Auricula and Primula Society, The flower society for auriculas and primulas

Self Show Auricula.  For more on using colors effectively in planting design - check this out:  http://www.my-garden-school.com/course/designing-with-plants/

The National Auricula and Primula Society, The flower society for auriculas and primulas

Primula auricula 'Stonnal' auricula primrose in purple and lavender and white flowers

Primrose 'Stonnal' in purple and lavender and white flowers. Primroses have a long bloom period and begin to flower in spring.

Primula auricula 'Peasblossom'

This semi-double (one of our own) has sweetly scented flowers that change color! Some days they’re tinted peach, some days they’re pink, & some days they are almost white.

Primula auricula C.W NEEDHAM

Primula auricula 'C. Light-centred alpine with dark purple-blue flowers. Moderately shaded with a small centre and serrated foliage.

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~~ De Colores / Colors ~~ Rose tea beautiful flower arrangement and painting in background! A beautiful flower arrangement - Husky Style!

Light centered Alpine Auricula   'Dill' - Shown by John Radford;   Photographed by Henry Pugh; Bred by Keith Leeming in 1996.

Light centered Alpine Auricula 'Dill' - Shown by John Radford; Photographed by Henry Pugh; Bred by Keith Leeming in

Prometheus: Cultivated for over 500 years Primula auricula possesses a rabid cult following. Lovely farinose (Latin: mealy) cultivars are dusted with a glandular waxy deposit that make them appear enveiled in hoarfrost. Primula auricula 'Helen Ruanne'

Prometheus: Cultivated for over 500 years Primula auricula possesses a rabid cult following. Lovely farinose (Latin: mealy) cultivars are dusted with a glandular waxy deposit that make them appear enveiled in hoarfrost. Primula auricula 'Helen Ruanne'

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