What is Primula polyantha
Primula polyantha (Scientific name: Primula polyantha) is a gardening variety of the family Primulaceae. It is a cross between Primula beris and Primula vulgaris (Primrose), and is a breed of primrose. There are things with and without petioles, and those without petioles come out directly from the ground, many leaves. It does extend the umbel inflorescences at the tip of the flower stem, and makes the largest flowers bloom among Primula genus.The stem tip is round, and mesh-like leaf veins entering the leaf are conspicuous. It is difficult to cross the summer because there is no heat resistance. Primula Julien bred this species and P. juliae as parents. polyantha and Julian are similar, and there is almost no difference. The slight difference is that the polyantha's leaves are wider and larger, and the leaf veins are distinct.
Generic name: Primula polyantha, Scientific name: Primula polyantha, Place of origin: Europe to Caucasus (gardening species), aka: Polyanthus primrose, English primrose, clinzakura, life type: perennial plant, plant heigh: 10 to 20 cm, radial symmetric flower, umbel inflorescence, leaf shape: wide ovoid to long ellipse,leaf color: green, flower diameter: 4 to 8 cm, flowering period: December to next April, flower color: orange · yellow · red · pink · white · blue · purple, other than black, flower blooming method: single or double blooming.