- Flower namePrimula rosea
- Scientific namePrimula rosea
- Aliasプリムラ・ロセア, Primula rosea, ヒマラヤコザクラ
- Place of originHimalayas
- Place of floweringHigh mountain
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March
What is Primula rosea
Primula rosea or Himalayan meadow primrose (scientific name: Primula rosea) is native to the Himalayas and is a member of the primrose family. It is an alpine, cold-tolerant perennial of the genus Primula. It produces long elliptic to lanceolate rhizome stems that grow from rhizomatous leaves up to 10 cm tall, with umbel inflorescences in winter. It has several pink flowers. The flowers are cylindrical, with five lobes and a heart-shaped slit at the tip. The base of the flower is yellow. There are 5 stamens among the petals.
General name: Primula rosea,Scientific name: Primula rosea, aka: Himalayan cherry tree, grass height: 2 to 10 cm, root Leaves: Lanceolate, Petiole: Yes, Leaf margin: Serrated, Inflorescence: umbel, Flower color: Red, Diameter: 3 cm, Flowering Stamens: 5 stamens in January to March.