Description from Flora of China
Primula sikkimensis J. D. Hooker subsp. subpinnatifida W. W. Smith; P. sikkimensis var. subpinnatifida W. W. Smith.
Herbs perennial. Leaves forming a rosette; petiole usually much shorter than leaf blade, sometimes nearly as long as leaf blade; leaf blade narrowly oblong to oblanceolate, 6--20 X 1--2.5 cm, base attenuate, margin serrate-dentate to incised-dentate, apex rounded to acute. Scapes 10--30 cm, scarcely farinose toward apex; umbels 2--8-flowered; bracts linear to linear-lanceolate, 0.5--1.5 cm, sparsely yellow farinose, purplish striate. Pedicel 1--6 cm, yellow farinose. Flowers heterostylous. Calyx campanulate to tubular-campanulate, 7--8 mm, scarcely farinose and stained with purple outside, copiously farinose inside, parted to middle, 5-veined; lobes triangular, apex often slightly recurved, acute. Corolla pink to violet, rarely white; tube 0.9--1.1 cm; limb 2--2.5 cm wide; lobes broadly obovate, emarginate to nearly entire. Pin flowers: stamens ca. 2 mm above base of corolla tube; style ca. as long as tube. Thrum flowers with positions reciprocal. Capsule cylindric, ca. as long as calyx. Fl. Jul. 2n = 22@.
* Alpine meadows; 3000--4200 m. SE Xizang