Primula: Primula recubariensis
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We were given a small plant some time ago (unfortunately cannot remember by whom) which was labelled Primula recubariensis. It is flowering beautifully so I thought I would check to see if there were any images with which to compare it. From information I've found, I don't think it is rightly named but would like to know what it is! It is a dark purple-red colour, white eye. About 15 mm diameter. It has two flowers and a bud at the moment. The leaves are obovate, shallowly serrated and covered in farina.