Primula elatior subsp. pallasii

A form of oxlip originating from Siberia; umbels of pale yellow flowers.
Product code: PET-9
Primula elatior subsp. pallasii is a form of the oxlip that comes from Russia from the Urals eastwards, which more or less corresponds to Siberia. It differs from the usually seen forms in having leaves that are hairless.
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