Auriculas on sale at Kew Gardens – not in their little plant centre but right by the exit. How Fiendish! I don’t think they have had them in stock for a couple of years and if I remember rightly, they were selling them last with Victorian terracotta pots, at £10 or more. Now they are just £7 and members get a 10% discount. Bargain!
Their names below, a bit of a jumble in this format, though I think one was missing a label so may have to call in to give that one a name. I’ve potted them up in my own little terracotta pots and must think of creating a permanent home for them. Obviously I have labelled them individually in their respective pots!
http://www.auriculaandprimula.org.uk/wilkin94/auriculaculture.html – A guide to growing Auriculas for beginners
http://www.barnhaven.com/auriculas – Nursery, history and growing guides
http://www.auriculas.org.uk/ – National Society
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/gardening/5323144/How-to-grow-auriculas.html – Sarah Raven in the Telegraph
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Trying to find how I can purchase auriculars and send back to New Zealand. Can you help? Kind regards, Heather
Hi there, well now I don’t know about that.Both the shipping and import rules. You might enquire of Woottens of Wenhaston who have a great collection and may direct you to the right resource. Happy hunting, Martin