Allium humile

Allium humile

Allium humile in Valley of Flowers

Allium humile is a herb with single, underground, cylindrical-ovoid bulb and brownish. Leaves are five to fifteen crowded together. Leaves smell like Garlic when crushed. Flowers are white, star shaped and can be found in hemispherical umbels. The specific name Humile means humble or low growing.

English Name

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Local Name

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Family

Liliaceae

Flowering time

June to July

Habitat

Mountain slopes and undergrowth of forests.

Uses

Leaves are used for flavoring because of its garlic smell.

Location in the Valley of flowers

It is found near the streams in the valley of flowers, especially in June month. You ca see its colonies near Pushpawati River Bed,

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Allium humile
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