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Kindly ID this Primulaceae hybrid
Place : Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh – April 2014


A wild guess :–
FoNA informs, “Of the various horticultural entities …… P. veris is the most widely distributed…. P. anisodora ….(anise smelling) … P. japonica (multiple whorled inflo)…. the popular “polyanthus” primroses… are hybrid cultivars of P. veris and P. vulgaris.”
 
This one looks like – http://www.benary.com/en/product/U4180, not necessarily Primula elatoir, on which some info can be found at http://www.perennials.com/plants/primula-elatior.html., or in http://karinfrauenfeld.blogspot.in/, again not necessarily P. vulgaris. 


This species is a hybrid variety of P. vulgaris.


Hybrid of garden origin


 

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Kindly ID this Primulaceae hybrid
Place : Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh – April 2014


I think cultivated cultivar of P. vulgaris?


Again P. veris x vulgaris?


This species should be a cultivated variety of P. vulgaris ssp. sibthorpii, an European variety.


Hybrid of garden origin


  

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Kindly ID this Primulaceae hybrid
Place : Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh – April 2014


Another cultivar, may be of P. polyantha?


Hybrid of garden origin (polyanthus)


  

 
 

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