Dipsacus inermis

Dipsacus inermis in Valley of Flowers

Dipsacus inermis or Himalayan Teasel is a robust perennial herb which has opposite entire or palmately lobed leaves. The plant can be identified by the solitary round flower-heads on leafless, long, channeled flowering stems. Flower-heads are creamy – white. Fruit is 8-ribbed and crowned with cup-shaped sepal-cup.

English Name

Himalayan Teasel

Local Name

फूली (Phulee)

Family

Caprifoliaceae

Flowering time

June to September

Habitat

NOT AVAILABLE

Uses

NOT AVAILABLE

Location in the Valley of flowers

It is found somewhere in middle parts of trek between Govindghat and Ghangaria.

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