Primula integrifolia (NL: Primula integrifolia / EN: Entire-leaved primrose / DE: Ganzblättrige Primel / FR: Primevère à feuilles entières) is a low growing plant the leaves of which have no serrations. Flowers are pinkish to purplish-lilac and 1,5-2,5cm in diameter, usually in pairs on short stems. The species can be found in the Central Alps and Pyrenees, growing near snow patches and wet turf on acid soils at 1500-3000m.
Image: Pontresina (CH) – 11/07/2012
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