Primula Oreophlomis section

The Oreophlomis section includes Primula rosea and some relatives, and their hybrids. They are lovely spring flowers, all in shades of pink, for cool and damp places, benefitting from being divided every few years, in which case they will soon increase substantially. The leaves of most kinds are bronze when they first emerge in spring.
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Primula auriculata subsp. olgae

Umbels of pink flowers, with slender leaves; from the Pamirs and Tien Shan.

Primula 'Peter Klein'

Pink flowers with ring of white around the yellow eye, on short, upright stems.

Primula rosea

Bright pink flowers in early spring, when the emerging leaves are bronze.