Primula 'Pacific Giant Mix'


Large, fragrant flowers carpet the spring garden with vibrant color. Wonderful in woodland settings, along walkways or at water's edge. Best in a rich, moist, organic soil.


6-10 in


8 in

Hardiness Zone:

3 - 8

Primrose Growing and Maintenance Tips

Primroses will produce dazzling flowers each spring if they are well-maintained. Ideally, they should be planted in boggy areas, perhaps near bodies of water, where their shallow roots will not dry out. Plants will go dormant in hot, dry summer weather unless they are kept well-watered. Though they are fully hardy in the North, primroses need protective insulation such as snow cover in the late winter months so they are not lost to late hard freezes.

Primula 'Pacific Giant Mix' Characteristics


  • Cut Flower / or Foliage
  • Fragrant
  • Bog
  • Mass Plant
  • Border
  • Container


  • Sun Tolerant
  • Morning Sun / Afternoon Shade

Growth Rate in the Garden

  • Medium

Soil Moisture Needs

  • Moist
  • Average

Plants that work well with Primula 'Pacific Giant Mix'

Plantain Lily Plantain Lily (Hosta 'Brother Stefan')