Botanical name: Primula sikkimensis var. hopeana Family: Primulaceae (Primrose family)
Synonyms: Primula hopeana, Primula ioessa var. hopeana
White Sikkim Primrose is a rosette-forming, deciduous species with oblong to lance-shaped, elliptical or oblong to inversely lance-shaped, toothed leaves. Numerous, pendent, funnel-shaped cream flowers are borne in umbels atop flowering stems that range between 60 and 90 cm tall. This is a hardy species and it can grow in a moist, humusy soil in both partial shade and almost full shade. It flowers in July just as the Meconopsis have finished flowering. Native to Bhutan, NE India, Myanmar, Nepal, Sikkim.
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