Closely related to P. palmata, this forest primula has a creeping habit and is easily propagated by divison. The leaves are orbicular in outline, deeply divided to the middle into obovate lobes, with the sunuses between lobes always rounded and the apex of the segments rounded. The leaves have hairs on both sides though the underside has more especially along the veins. Flowers are annulate, rose-purple with a white eye. If you have an image of this species taken in the wild, please contact the webmaster.