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Japanese primrose

Japanese primrose

Japanese primrose

Japanese primrose

Japanese primrose

Japanese primrose

Japanese primrose

Japanese primrose

Japanese primrose

Japanese primrose

Japanese primrose

Japanese primrose

Japanese primrose

Japanese primrose

Japanese primrose

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Japanese primrose (Primura japonica) belongs to the Primulaceae (the Primrose family). It is a perennial herb that is distrubuted from Honshu to Shikoku of Japan and Taiwan. This herb grows in wet places of mountain-ringed region and can reach 40-80 cm in height. The flowering stalk is borne from the large basal leaves from May to July. It blooms deep magenta flowers in annular and tiers inflorescences. 
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp