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Primula sieboldii has a creeping deciduous habit and develops large slow-growing clumps. These clumps produce a loose crown of leaves, covered with fine hairs and with rounded, toothed edges. Each clump produces huge numbers of flowering stems which rise to 30 cm (1 foot) above the foliage. The flower petals are intricately lobed. There are many different varieties with flower colour ranging from purple, magenta, red and pink through to white. 'Miho no Koji' flowers have slightly curled, white petals with bright magenta lobed edges and magenta undersides.
Asia - China and Japan
light woodland and damp meadows