Anaphalis royleana

Anaphalis royleana

Anaphalis royleana in Valley of Flowers

Anaphalis royleana is a perennial herb of height 35 to 50 cm. It is much branched from the base. Stems are white wooly kind. Leaves are linear oblong, apex with mucro margins. Flowers heads are white are many are arranged in terminal corymbs.

English Name

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Local Name

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Family

Asteraceae (Sunflower Family)

Flowering time

June to August

Habitat

Rock crevices, grassy slopes and shrubberies

Uses

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Location in the Valley of flowers

You can easily find it after trekking for two kilometers from entry gate of Valley of flowers, just after crossing a huge glacier on your left side on mountain slope. It grows in large numbers. It paints the slope with its snow white color.

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