Primula agleniana is a superb species. The plants form large resting buds 2-4cm long from which the flowering scape emerges before the leaves have expanded. The leaves are spear shaped, pointed at the tip, serrate on the edges and covered with farina below. The flowers are exannulate, campanulate, white, yellow or pink in color and with farina on the face. The last three images below represent possible hybrids between P. agleniana var. atrocrocea and P. thearosa. See related: P. thearosa, P. elizabethae, P. falcifolia, P. obliqua.