American Primrose Society (Primulas) – Bookstore

These prices are for APS members only. Membership can be obtained by selecting the link. All books can be purchased from APS webpage only. PHOTOCOPIES OF OLDER BOOKS: The Auricula. Rowland Biffen (1951) The Primulas of Europe John MacWatt (1928) Primulas for Gardenand Greenhouse E.H.M. Cox and G. C. Taylor(1928) Primulas A.G. Puttock Primulas in the Garden Kenneth C. Corsar […]

American Primrose Society (Primulas) – Chapters

THE AMERICAN PRIMROSE SOCIETY One of the benefits of an APS membership is an invitation to join a Round Robin. Information is shared in circulating packages of letters. For new members, this is a great way to make new friends and learn more about Primulas. What You Get: Robins are packages of letters by members of the Robin group containing […]

American Primrose Society (Primulas) – Seed List

THE AMERICAN PRIMROSE┬áSOCIETY Membership is required to receive seeds. This is a typical distribution of our Primrose seeds. Dues for individual or household membership in the American Primrose Society, domestic and foreign, are $25 US per the calendar year, $70 for three years; or $35 for an individual life membership. Submit payment to the treasurer. Julia Haldorson, Treasurer PO Box […]

American Primrose Society (Primulas) – Slides

Many newcomers to the Primula world may be a bit hesitant to try new species and varieties. The following list includes primulas for a wide range of habitats and gardening sites. All are easy to grow and provide the gardener with “starter collection” of spectacular blooms. With so many species and, at least twice that many hybrids, there is a […]

Common Alpines For Your Garden

Listing of Alpine Plants and how to use::   ROCK PLANTS FOR ACID SOIL     (Many of these require special care. Those marked with *require strongly acid soil.)  #Do not collect this in the wild or you will go to jail.         BOTANICAL NAME COMMON NAME     Achillea moschata Musk Yarrow Androsace alpina Alpine Rock-Jasmine […]

Androsace Group

Listing of Alpine Plants and how to use:: The Androsace Group issues four Newsletters each year and two Androsace Notebooks. It aims to circulate information on the cultivation and naming of these plants and on their ecology and conservation status in the wild. It also aims to investigate the problems of preserving species and hybrids in cultivation and to take […]