When in bloom, Primula vialii is easy to distinguish from other primroses. Its stout stalk is crowded with hundreds of tiny flowers of red calyces and blue-violet corollas. Flowering from June into July, the flowers are tightly packed on the stem. The blossom has a bottle brush appearance. This primrose has distinctive flowers, unlike any other in the genus. It's rare to find this plant in its native haunts, as it comes close, if not already, to being an endangered species.
Pere Delavay originally discovered the species.
I don't talk to flowers, they talk to me and I gladly listen!
So very inviting and to me... irresistable, the shapes and colours so glorious!!!
Giving my flowers SOUL? My Soul Flowers on youtube
and Studio Flowers 2011
Why not take a few minutes, click on the links, sit back and relax, enjoy the beauty, you'll feel replenished?
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