Primula Denticulata, from early March, just beginning to show the flowers it will have, a very easy plant to look after, which needs little attention through the year, the blooms will need to be cut once the flower has finished, towards the end of the year the dead leaves will also need to be removed. These Primulas will need to be split every few years, depending on how quickly the plant grows. In the middle of the plant, there is visible the centre of the plant, once, the plant has 3 of these crowns, the plant should be split up. I split mine usually every 2 years, 'its hard work i hear you say' or ' I do not know how to do it'. Well there is a guide to splitting Primulas under the guides tab, also its free plants, when I split mine, I can get many new plants from the one.
My name is Jonathan and I enjoy working in my garden in my spare time. I am no professional, just an amateur. My second love is photography, shooting the flowers in my garden and of course sharing them with people who share my passions.