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    Poker primrose Primula vialii

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    • Brenda Kueneman

      Poker primrose Primula vialii Type Perennial Blooms Red calyces with purple flowers in late spring to early summer Light Part shade (full sun in cool areas) Size 12 to 20 in. tall, 10 to 12 in. wide Cold-hardy USDA zones 5 to 8 Heat-tolerant AHS zones 8 to 1 Source Dutch Gardens

    • Ellen Molbak Welsch

      Poker primrose: part shade, shade but can tolerate full sun in cool summer climates

    • Carmen

      poker primrose Primula vialii part shade 12 to 20" tall 10-12" wide

    • Kristin Beane Sullivan

      Need to primrose for part shade.

    • Frances Novak

      poker primrose for woodland garden

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      Poker primrose Primula vialii

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