Bistorta vaccinifolia in Valley of Flowers
Bistorta vaccinifolia is a herb with woody stock and tufted trailing stem. Leaves are elliptic, narrowed at both the ends. Flowers are pink, long, clustered in terminals. Stamens are 8 with unequal filaments.
|July to September|
In meadows, near streams and wet places, often colony forming.
Leaves are used as vegetable. The roots are said to have used to treat tuberculosis.
Location in the Valley of flowers
|It is found in middle and deeper parts of the valley. It is commonly found at Hemkund Sahib also.|
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