Primula parryi (Parry's primrose) is a herbaceous perennial native to wet areas from the subalpine zone to alpine tundra in the Rocky Mountains from Montana to Arizona and New Mexico. Flowers are magenta with yellow eyes. In the high mountains, they bloom in summer; at lower elevations, in late spring. The whole plant has a skunklike smell. Asa Gray named Parry's primrose for Charles Christopher Parry, who discovered it in 1861. Parry had previously named Grays Peak after him.

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  • Primula parryiFichier:Primula parryi.jpg Nom binominal Primula parryiGray, 1862 Primula parryi est une espèce végétale de la famille des Primulaceae. Cette primevère est originaire des États-Unis et possède des fleurs roses (fr)
  • Primula parryi (Parry's primrose) is a herbaceous perennial native to wet areas from the subalpine zone to alpine tundra in the Rocky Mountains from Montana to Arizona and New Mexico. Flowers are magenta with yellow eyes. In the high mountains, they bloom in summer; at lower elevations, in late spring. The whole plant has a skunklike smell. Asa Gray named Parry's primrose for Charles Christopher Parry, who discovered it in 1861. Parry had previously named Grays Peak after him. (en)
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  • Primula parryi
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  • Primula parryiFichier:Primula parryi.jpg Nom binominal Primula parryiGray, 1862 Primula parryi est une espèce végétale de la famille des Primulaceae. Cette primevère est originaire des États-Unis et possède des fleurs roses (fr)
  • Primula parryi (Parry's primrose) is a herbaceous perennial native to wet areas from the subalpine zone to alpine tundra in the Rocky Mountains from Montana to Arizona and New Mexico. Flowers are magenta with yellow eyes. In the high mountains, they bloom in summer; at lower elevations, in late spring. The whole plant has a skunklike smell. Asa Gray named Parry's primrose for Charles Christopher Parry, who discovered it in 1861. Parry had previously named Grays Peak after him. (en)
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  • Primula parryi (fr)
  • Primula parryi (en)
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