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Primula anisodora

Primula anisodora
Primula anisodora
The plant explorer George Forrest found this candelabra primula in July 1913 in the mountains of the Chung tien District in Yunan, China. The name Primula anisodora is written on his herbarium specimen clearly indicating that he had found a primrose that smelled of anise when in flower. The flowers are not only fragrant, however, they are also lovely. Individual flowers are dark maroon with a yellow green eye. An ideal candidate for adding to moss animal topiaries. They bloom in succession up the flowering stems in 3 to five whorls of 8 to 10 outward facing flowers. The evergreen basal foliage is attractive as well. The large leaves have a broad central vein with silvery side veining. They are also finely toothed along their margins. This is a primrose that needs consistently moist soil to do its best. Seasonality is May, June. Measurements are around 2 feet x 2 feet Colors are Maroon flowers Hardiness Zones: 5, 6, 7, 8
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