Erigeron belliidioides

Erigeron bellidioides in Valley of Flowers

Erigeron bellidioides is a perennial, decumbent herb of height 15 to 30 cm. They are highly branched and have slender stems. Flowers heads are white or purple or can be of both colors. These flowers are found in clumps. Ray florets double the size of disc florets and disc florets are of yellow color.

English Name

Hairy Mountain Daisy

Local Name

Pashaka

Family

Asteraceae (Sunflower family)

Flowering time

April to September

Habitat

Common in grassy slopes and waysides of agricultural fields.

Uses

Whole plant is used as a blood purifier in ethno medicine.

Location in the Valley of flowers

Found in Valley of Flowers from April to September mostly.

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