Aquilegia pubiflora

Aquilegia pubiflora in Valley of Flowers

Aquilegia pubiflora is a perennial herb of height 75 cm. It has soft pubescent hairs and leafy branched stem. Leaves are pinnately compound, glaucous beneath. Flowers are deep purple and solitary. Sepals and Petals are 5 in number.

The specific name pubiflora refers to pubescent flowers. The genetic name Aquilegia refers the flowers in this genus resemble the claws of eagle.

English Name

Columbine

Local Name

NOT AVAILABLE

Family

Ranunculaceae

Flowering time

June to August

Habitat

Mountain slopes and Meadows

Uses

NOT AVAILABLE

Location in the Valley of flowers

It is found near the Helipad in Ghangaria.

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Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora
Aquilegia pubiflora

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