A Eurasian primrose (Primula elatior) having yellowish blossoms clustered in a one-sided umbel.
The plant Primula elatior, comparable to cowslip however with bigger, pale-yellow flowers.
The great cowslip (Primula veris, var. elatior).
The variety elatior associated with the common primrose, Primula veris, in which the limb associated with corolla is broader and flatter while the blossoms are raised on a common peduncle. By many its considered a distinct species.
Eurasian primrose with yellow flowers clustered in a one-sided umbel
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