[Postford White] Japanese Primrose
Another deciduous species that is strong growing and forms clumps of rosettes. Plants flower at 18 inches or so and produce white flowers. Very attractive salverform shaped flowers in nicely spaced whorls around sturdy stems. This species is native from moist-open shady places in Japan.
Sow seeds in a small plastic bag with some moist seed mix and seal up-and leave at room temp for two weeks, them move to the fridge for four or five weeks. Sow and keep at F 55 for germination.