- Angus Plants (476)
Angusplants is a small nursery specializing in Primula auricula . They are at the foothills of the Scottish Grampian Mountains, Menmuir in Angus, (at between 500-600 feet).
- Ashwood Nurseries (375)
Just part of their extensive range of plants. Alpine Auriculas are bred from seed while show types are propagated from clean healthy stock plants as cuttings, as far as I am aware no plants of Auricula have been micro-propagated on the nursery!
- Double Auricula (358)
A very interesting website showing photographs of Double Auriculas bred by Richard Austin and offered for sale through the web pages
- Double Auriculas Plus (460)
Derek and Pat Salt grow double Auriculas on the east coast in Lincolnshire in the garden of a small bungalow two miles from the sea. Not a society website but more of a blog and well worth looking at, I have known Derek for many years and if I am correct it is more than fifty years since he started breeding Auriculas
- Drointon Nurseries (557)
We are a family-run Nursery growing only Primula Auricula and have a wide range of plants from the 900+ cultivars in our collection available for sale which you can buy through our website or via our hard copy Catalogue. We only supply plants grown by ourselves from natural offsets (ie. not via micropropation), and they are sold as established plants in 7cm pots.
- Pops Plants (419)
WE are a small private nursery on the edge of the New Forest in the South of England and we specialise solely in growing Primula auricula. We produce all our own plants from our four Plant Heritage National Collections of some 1,300 named cultivars.
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