Primula Aleuritia section

This large section, formerly known as Farinosae, is found right round the northern hemisphere, and also includes the one species from South America. The well-known British brid's-eye primrose, Primula farinosa, is a typical member of the section, with good heads of bright pink flowers over rosettes of leaves that are slightly mealy on the upper side and very mealy below.
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Primula luteola

Caucasian species with dense heads of sulfur yellow flowers.

Primula modesta var. samanimontana

Heads of pale pink or white flowers over neat rosettes of leaves.

Primula scandinavica

Like a larger Primula scotica, with yellow-eyed pink flowers on a short stem.