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Web Extra: A Resource Guide to Primula

Articles: Web Extra: A Resource Guide to Primula

As a companion to Merrill Jensen's article on the genus Primula for cool West Coast gardens, featured in the April 2012 issue of Pacific Horticulture, we present the following list of nurseries that usually offer a good selection of primulas, including some of the Asiatic species mentioned in Merrill's article.

Please be sure to mention Pacific Horticulture when contacting any of these vendors.

 

 Nursery Sources

Beaver Creek Greenhouses

Pox 129

Fruitvale, BC V0G 1L0

Canada

and

PMB#364

4155 Deep Lake Boundary Rd

Colville, WA 99114

www.rockgardenplants.com

Mail order, online catalog, seeds and plants

 

Digging Dog Nursery

PO Box 471

Albion, CA 95410

707/937-1130

www.diggingdog.com

Mail order only, online catalog

 

Edelweiss Perennials

Canby, OR

503/263-4680

www.edelweissperennials.com

Mail order only, online catalog

 

Fritz Creek Gardens

PO Box 15226

Homer, AK 99603

907/235-4969

www.alaskahardy.com

Walk-in, online catalog

 

Mt Tahoma Nursery

28111 112th Ave E

Graham, WA 98338

253/847-9827

https://www.backyardgardener.com/mttahoma/

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