Aster diplostephioides

Aruncus dioicus in Valley of Flowers

Aruncus dioicus is a perennial herb growing up to 0.8 � 1.21 m high having wood at the base. It has pinnately compound, alternate leaves on thin stems. It can be found in moist woodland and often at higher altitudes.

English Name

Buck’s-beard, goat’s beard or bride’s feathers

Local Name




Flowering time

July to August


It is frequently found on grassy slopes and on the wayside of valley too.


Roots are employed in Bee stings, diarrhoea, internal bleeding, fever gonorrhoea and rheumatism

Location in the Valley of flowers

Can be found on the waysides of Valley.

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