A classic candelabra-type primrose bearing striking whorls of sunny, orange-yellow, fragrant flowers on tall stems for late spring and early summer colour. Long-lived, robust, makes large clumps of neat, semi-evergreen leaves. It was first introduced by George Forest from Yunnan province, China, in 1906, and named after Arthur Bulley, his first sponsor, who was a cotton broker from Liverpool and a keen amateur gardener. Has gained a Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit.
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