Primula rosea gigas has a long flowering period starting early in Spring, producing masses of deep pink flowers on short, stocky stems. Likes a rich, cool, consistently moist or boggy site in the sun or partial shade.
Top tip: Provides excellent ground cover for a wet area, with leaves that hug the ground topped with prolific deep pink flowers.
Propagation: Divide plants.
Soil conditions: Best planted out in wet soil, in full sun or dappled shade.
Planting: Rich, moist soil with plenty of organic content.