Primula capitata 'Salvana'
Description: Rosettes of powdery bluish grey leaves which in late spring and early summer, upright stems are topped with a cluster of violet purple primula flowers forming a rounded pincusion like shape. Both leaves and flower stems are covered in a grayish bloom of very fine hairs which create a very soft appearance.
Uses: Good in woodland settings or near to water.
Climate/Position: Sun or partial shade in cooler locations.
Height/Spread: 20cm x 20cm
Soil Requirements: Any humous rich soils which are moisture retentive.
Pruning: Flower stalks can be removed after flowering.
Special Requirements: Plants may be divided in autumn.
Additional Interest: Introduced by Syngenta Flowers