Oxlip primrose 'Peach-Melba'

planting site / location:
planting distance:
20 x 25 cm
soil / fertilisation:
Permeable, nutrient-rich soil.
Keep it moisturised.
gardener's tip:
In bowls, add sufficient water and do not let them dry out. Once plants are withered they can be planted in the garden. The plants are easy to care: keep them moisturised and avoid waterlogging. Always basally remove the withered stems with a knife.
The hardy oxlip primrose 'Melba Peach' grows charming flowers with a beautiful play of colours in pink and apricot shades. It carries its lushly filled flower balls on 15-20 cm tall, sturdy stems and enchants you with a unique play of colours and aromatic fragrant. A real highlight for a romantic spring decoration! Oxlip primroses are hardy and easy to care. They are non-stop bloomers. If placed or planted outdoors in half-shaded locations, they constantly grow new buds with new blossoms again and again until late April. Ideal for beds, balconies and containers.


german term: Oxlip Primrose
botanical termn: Primula elatior
plant height: 20-25 cm
life cycle: perennial
flowering season: February to April
flower colour: light-pink to pink shades
use: Ideal for your spring planting in beds and in pots. Indoors in bright and cool locations.
colour palette: orange


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