Anemone vitifolia

Anemone vitifolia in Valley of Flowers

Anemone vitifolia is a white pubescent, robust perennial growing up to 1 m tall. Basal leaves are simple or heart shaped. Flowers are white occasionally tinged with blue. Flower buds are white woolly. Sepals are 5-8 in number, broadly ovate, purplish and silky outside. Ripened achenes densely covered with white woolly hairs.

English Name

Vine leaved Anemone

Local Name

Mudeela

Family

Ranunculaceae

Flowering time

July to September

Habitat

The plant is frequently found on open grassy slopes and edges of forests.

Uses

Roots and leaves are used for the treatment of ringworm infection and eczema in folk medicine of Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. Fresh roots are used in treating rheumatism, toothache, dysentery, scabies and also to treat lice.

Location in the Valley of flowers

Can be found between Govindghat and Ghangaria.

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Anemone vitifolia
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Anemone vitifolia
Anemone vitifolia

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