A lovely, floriferous Primula, excellent for part-shaded, slightly moist areas. Flowering somewhere in late May with large, fringed white flowers. If too dry it will go dormant in the summer.
Probably not all seedlings will come true to name, but some might, since there were no other P. sieboldii around. Unfortunately, it doesn’t make too many seeds.
Germination: sow in the fall or spring after cold-moist stratification.