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Plants in the Alpine House or Cold Frame: Primulas Everywhere

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Started by: Jon Evans

A visit to David Philbey's alpine house in March this year

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Contribution from Jon Evans 06 May 2013, 22:06top / bottom of page
Adrian Evans

These next few seedlings are a bit older, and have made bigger plants. This one is named for my brother Adrian.

Adrian Evans
Cornish Cream
Cornish Cream
Bullion
Bullion
Irene
Irene
Jonathan
Jonathan
Lavender Lace
Lavender Lace
Phoebe Evans

One of my great-nieces.

Phoebe Evans
Ilana

One of my nieces.

Ilana
Syllabub
Syllabub
Phillippa
Phillippa
Lilith
Lilith
Samuel

A great-nephew

Samuel
Amethyst
Amethyst
Caryl
Caryl
Rick Lupp

Now some hybrids David didn't raise. This one came from Graham Nicholls.

Rick Lupp
Coolock Violet

Raised by Jim Almond

Coolock Violet
Kelsey Ann

Another from Graham Nicholls

Kelsey Ann
Tibby Hope

This has been a favourite yellow for David for a very long time. I think it may have come from Ireland originally; he will remember.

Tibby Hope

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