- Flower namePrimrose Myochiriki
- Scientific namePrimula sieboldii cv. garyobai
- Place of originhorticultural variety (Japan)
- Place of flowering
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Primrose Myochiriki
Primrose Garyobai (Japanese Cherry Blossom 'Garyobai', scientific name: Primula sieboldii cv. Garyobai) is a horticultural variety of the cold-hardy perennial plant "(primula, cherry blossom, scientific name: Primula sieboldii)" of the genus Primula in the family Primulaceae.
It is similar to the Jindai crown, but the flowers are larger and the serrations on the leaves are sharper.
Flower size: Small flower: less than 3 cm, medium flower: less than 3 to 4 cm, large flower: less than 4 to 5 cm, giant flower: more than 5 cm.
Inside petal color: white
Outer petal color: white
Flower core: white
Petal tip shape: broadly plumed, saucer-shaped
Flower Size: Small (2.6cm)
Column: Slightly long column
Date of origin: Late Edo period
Similar species: Jindai-kan
Common name: Japanese Primrose 'Garyobai', Scientific name: Primula sieboldii cv. Garyobai, Origin: Japan, Life-type: Perennial, Plant height: 20-30 cm, Leaf shape: elliptic, Petiole: long, Leaf margin: lobed, Petals: lobed, petals: 5; stamens: 5; pistils: 1; flowering season: April to May; fruit: spherical capsule.