Rheinland Westfalen Region Participants 2018


12 - 15 June 2018

About usEbbing-Lohaus

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At Ebbing-Lohaus, we specialise in the production of seed and young plants. Our top-quality Primula acaulis seed is marketed to seed wholesalers and nurseries all over the world. Within the German market, we supply mainly young plants. Young plants are marketed primarily as plugs in trays of 336 cells, each cell measuring 1.7 cm in diameter. These plants are ready for potting and should be grown under glass.

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eblo apricot
eblo apricot
eblo’s large flowers in soft shades of apricot have a pleasantly warming appeal and the attractively marked flowers, with their darker eye and a bright yellow centre, make eblo apricot a forerunner of the first sunny days of spring. As with all other varieties in the eblo series, apricot is characterised by its robust constitution and uniform habit, with all plants flowering evenly and concurrently. Its elegant colouring makes this new cultivar highly suitable for combining with both brightly coloured as well as pastel-coloured varieties, and its versatility guarantees it as a particularly beautiful addition to the range of large-flowered, late blooming primroses.
sibel yellow-lemon
sibel yellow-lemon
With its bright lemon yellow appearance, this new addition enriches the polyanthus range. Its clear, intense colour forms a strong contrast to the green, evenly grown leaf rosettes. Its large flowers resemble spherical crowns which rise above the petals on robust stalks. This provides for a particularly pleasing appearance in combination with beautifully balanced proportions. Its bright, vernal yellow colour looks fresh and harmonises with just about any other hue and, just like all other primroses in the sibel series, lends a touch of cheerful vibrancy to any spring garden or even indoors from as early as the end of January.
primula auricula
primula auricula
Auricula, an almost forgotten garden treasure, was discovered in the Alps in the middle of the 16th century and bred by horticulturalists in the 18th century to become a highly fashionable plant with many flower colours and combinations. For decades it was an established feature of English front gardens. The almost black, velvety flowers in some varieties, which really set off the pale centre, are particularly charming and are once again capturing the hearts of flower lovers.
Despite its chequered history, the auricula is not just a nostalgia plant – its extraordinary beauty is right on trend: it is authentic, individual, robust, uncomplicated and unbelievably fascinating.

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