Primula pseudodenticulata grows in wet places. The original holotype was at Berlin and is probably destroyed. Similar to Primula denticulata but without basal bud scales, glabrous and efarinose leaves with less denticulate margin and smaller flowers. Also similar to P. monticola, but without basal bud scales. This species can develop vigorous stolons up to 6cm long. Leaves oblanceolate to narrowly obovate-oblong, tapering to a winged petiole short to almost as long as the blade, rounded at the apex, obscurely crenate-dentate on the margin, glabrous on both surfaces. Scapes to 35cm, farinose toward the apex, with a capitate umbel of many pale rose to lavender blue annulate flowers with a yellow or orange eye. See related Primula monticola.