Candelabra primulas form semi-evergreen rosettes of leaves, from the centre of which arise upright spikes of small flowers grouped in loose, tiered clusters in late spring and early summer. Plants are best grown in groups and allowed to self-seed, so don’t deadhead them after flowering. Chungensis bears whorls of orange, tubular-shaped flowers above scalloped rosettes of mid-green foliage. It’s perfect for growing in shady borders and near ponds. For best results grow in partial shade in moist but well-drained soil or compost.
* Please note that images are representative of the fully grown plant, and will require additional time and care to reach the pictured form.