- Flower namePrimura marginata
- Scientific namePrimura marginata
- AliasPrimura marginata, Primura, marginata, Solver edged primrose
- Place of originSwiss Alps
- Place of floweringHigh mountain
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June
What is Primura marginata
Primula marginata or solver edged primrose(Scientific name: Primura marginata) is an alpine evergreen perennial plant native to the Swiss Alps, in the family Primulaceae. It grows naturally on alpine gravels in the Alps. It is small, about 5 to 15 cm tall. It produces flowers in spring and early summer. The flowers are tubular, deeply lobed at the tip, and have two shallow lobes. There is a white ring in the throat of the corolla.
Primula marginata, scientific name: Primula marginata, aka: Solver edged primrose, Place of origin: Alps, habitat: gravels, Type of life: evergreen perennial herb, Leaf shape: ovate, leaf margin: serrated, flowering season: spring to early summer, Flowering season: spring to summer; flower color: blue, purple or peach with white throat; flower diameter: 2 cm; corolla shape: tubular with a deeply lobed tip and two shallow lobes. Corolla shape: tubular, deeply lobed at the apex, with 2 shallow lobes; white ring in the throat.