Cyanatus microphyllus in Valley of Flowers
Cyanatus microphyllus, the name itself tells a lot of things about the flower, cyananthus = blue flower; microphyllus = small-leaved. It is a low growing perennial plant grows up to 5-10 cm high. It has trailing woody and reddish stems with tiny bright green leaves. Leaves entire are dark green, narrow, elliptic-ovate and at base rounded. Flowers are solitary, blue-violet, funnel-shaped and with narrow-obovate pointed spreading petals and with tuft of white hairs within the flower-tube.
|Small-leaved Trailing Bellflower|
|Campanulaceae (bellflower family)|
|August to September|
Location in the Valley of flowers
|It is commonly found in the middle part of the valley of flowers.|
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