This species is a native of Syria discovered and named in 1936 but still rare in cultivation. Large, soft-pink, bowl-shaped flowers, with a central boss of sherbet yellow stamens, borne on tall stems, very early, just as the foliage unfurls. Mid-green glossy, biternate leaves cloth 45 to 60cm stems. 2 years to flowering
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