Campanula pallida

Campanula pallida in Valley of Flowers

Campanula pallida is an erect much branched hairy herb of 20 to 60 cm height. Leaves are alternate and ovate-lanceolate, acute at apex, narrowed at base, sessile and distantly serrate, rarely entire along margins and softly hairy. Flowers are purple or lilac, solitary or occasionally in panicled racemes. Stigma is club shaped and triangular. The specific name Pallida means pale and refers to Pale purple flowers in this species.

English Name

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Local Name

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Family

Campanulaceae (Bellflower Family)

Flowering time

June to October

Habitat

In open places and rocky slopes

Uses

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Location in the Valley of flowers

This is not a common flower but can be found while trekking between Govindghat and Ghangaria and between Ghangaria and Hemkund Sahib.

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