Anemone tetrasepala

Anemone tetrasepala

Anemone tetrasepala in Valley of Flowers

Anemone tetrasepala is a perennial herb of height 60 cm with sparsely or hairless branches. The specific name tetrasepala means the presence of four sepals. Flowers are white in color and the stamens are numerous, style tip hooked. Basal leaves are mainly kidney shaped and the leaves just below the flowers are lobed, stalkless and much smaller than the basal leaves. Flowers occur in umbel of 6-15 flowers. Anemone does not have real petals, it has sepals which look like petals.

English Name

Four petal Anemone

Local Name

NOT AVAILABLE

Family

Ranunculaceae

Flowering time

June to July

Habitat

Found among rocks and open grassy slopes.

Uses

NOT AVAILABLE

Location in the Valley of flowers

You can find it in abundance in Valley of flowers provided you visit in July, especially before last week of July. Generally it comes before the three other major flowers Geranium, Campanula Latifolia and Polemonium which paints the Valley of flowers in Blueish purple color. This flower give Valley of flowers its white patches over the green background.

Following are some of the pictures of the Anemone tetrasepala,hope you will like them all. If yes do not forget to comment or share with your friends.

Leave a Comment

%d bloggers like this: