Originally collected in Kumaon, it is found through to central Nepal. Primula glandulifera is a small (3cm) tufted species, efarinose but covered in glandular hairs (excepting the corolla), similar to P. walshii, and which may be farini-potent suggesting that this species could become farinose in certain conditions. Leaves are similar in shape to P. spathulifolia being elliptic to oblong-elliptic, rounded at the apex, tapering to a winged petiole and serrate-dentate at the margin. Scape is short with 2-4 exannulate purple flowers with calyx cut to below the middle. Also similar to P. stirtoniana. If you have an image of this species from Kumaon, please contact the webmaster.