Recent Primula introductions from Sichuan

Richards, John
June 2008
Plantsman: New Series;Jun2008, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p122
Academic Journal
The article describes new plant species and other Chinese primulas. Accordingly, primula is one of the most popular genra of hardy, perennial plants for the humid temperate garden. The primula lilacina was discovered in Sichuan in June 2007 which represents a new species of plant which is known from five different locations in southwest Sichuan Sheng, China.


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