Primula sieboldii is
a perennial herb found in damp places like streams or forest edges,
with white curly hairs. Leaves are 4-10cm long, 3-6cm wide,
oblong-shaped, with many crinkles on surfaces and margins shallowly
cut in prominently. Flower stalks, 15-40cm tall, from the center of
the leaves, set on the tips some red-purple flowers in umbel way.
Corollas measure 2-3cm in diameter,1-1.3cm long, in the shape of a
high cup, with upper parts deeply cleft in five and the lobes
shallowly cut in two afresh, with throats somewhat white. Calyxes,
green, deeply cut in five. Bloom time: April-May.