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Auricula - Robin Hood Stripe

Plant name
Folk name Auricula
Binomial name Primula auricula
Variety Robin Hood Stripe
First recorded 2003
Used where Britain and Western World
Auricula, Primula auricula, 'Robin Hood Stripe' cultivar, Malvern Spring Gardening Show 2013 / Photo: Jonathan Billinger via Geograph, under Creative Commons License.

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2017-01-09. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2017-06-01.

Auricula 'Robin Hood Stripe' is a cultivar of the plat Primula auricula bred by Ray Downard and introduced in 2003.[1] The plat has a height and spread of 15 cm. The flower (March to May) is geenish yellow with purplish red stripes. The natural habitat of Primula auricula is the Alps.[2]

Background

Notes

  1. Woottens of Wenhaston: Primula auricula 'Robin Hood Stripe'.
  2. Wikipedia: Primula auricula