What is Primula sieboldii
Primula sieboldii or Japanese primrose (scientific name: Primula sieboldii ) is native to Japan and is a cold-resistant perennial plant of Primulaceae family. During the Edo period many varieties were developed as classical horticultural plants. There are rhizomes in the basement, and I will put out about 5 elongated root leaves. Leaves are elliptical and there are shallow cuts in the leaf edge. In the spring, it makes put flower stalks from between the root foliage, extend the scattering inflorescence from the tip, and bloom pink lovely flowers about 5 to 6 . Peach color is a representative color for flower color, but there are blue purple and white. Flowers have five cleaved calyxes and high-grade flowers on the inside. The flower spreads at the tip, clefts 5, then breaks into two hearts.
Common name: Primula sieboldii or Japanese primrose, scientific name: Primula sieboldii , aka: Japanese primrose, Japanese cherry tree (Japanese cherry tree), Place of origin: Japan, Lifestyle type: perennial plant, grass heigh: 15 to 40 cm, leaf shape: oval, petiole: long, leaf margin: notch, flower diameter: 2 to 3 cm, flower color: peach · bluish purple · white, flowering period: April to May.