Slightly scented lavender flowers above rosettes of leathery serrated leaves.
One of the earliest Primula species to bloom in the spring. This species was described in 1792 from garden grown plants collected from the wild in 1781. In the wild, it almost always grows on limestone, on mossy or grassy ledges on steep cliffs, boulders or slopes or from crevices, usually on the north side.
Common name(s): Silver-edged primrose