Euphorbia pilosa

Euphorbia pilosa in Valley of Flowers

Euphorbia pilosa is a much branched, milky latex bearing tall herb of 40-80 cm. Leaves are alternate, elliptic-oblong to narrow elliptic. Infloroscence with flowers in heads having cup shaped bracts which encircles the male flowers, each with one stamen that surround a single female flower. Female flowers are three chambered, stalked ovary.

English Name

NOT AVAILABLE

Local Name

Chounpalu, Chuplya

Family

Euphorbiaceae(Castor Family)

Flowering time

May to September

Habitat

Very common at waysides and shrubberies.

Uses

Roots have laxative and emetic properties.

Location in the Valley of flowers

It is mainly found at the helipad ground.

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Euphorbia pilosa
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Euphorbia pilosa
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