Originally discovered on the Pile La (Pele), Bhutan, this species has a winter resting bud with the bud scales persisting at flowering. In flower, leaves elliptic, oblong-elliptic to spathulate, rounded at the apex and tapering into a winged petiole which maybe almost obsolete, then in fruit, leaves larger but not developing a distinct petiole. Scape short with few to many blue to pale bluish-violet flowers with regularly crenulate lobes. Calyx campanulate, cut to the middle into ovate-oblong lobes which are fimbriate at the apex. Sometimes the species Primula bhutanica is included as a synonym, but the evidence to do so is incomplete (see under P. bhutanica). If you have more images of this species, especially the calyx and later leaves, please contact the webmaster.