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.
|May to September|
Very common at waysides and shrubberies.
|Roots have laxative and emetic properties.|
Location in the Valley of flowers
|It is mainly found at the helipad ground.|
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