Leontopodium Brachyactis

Leontopodium Brachyactis

Leontopodium brachyactis in Valley of Flowers

Leontopodium brachyactis is a soft wooly herb. Leaves are 0.8 to 1 cm in width and 0.3 to 0.4 cm in height. Basal leaves are clustered and stem leaves are short mucro. Flower heads are white and densely wooly and they are leaf like, flat.

English Name

Lions’s foot

Local Name

NOT AVAILABLE

Family

Asteraceae (Sunflower family)

Flowering time

June to August

Habitat

Common in grassy slopes and rock crevices.

Uses

NOT AVAILABLE

Location in the Valley of flowers

You can find this flower in later half of valley of flowers at grassy slopes. After trekking for about 4-5 kilometers from the entry gate you may find Leontopodium Brachyatis. There is a Bhojpatra forest Just before reaching Pushpwati river bed and before that forest in grassy slope you can find this flower.

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Leontopodium Brachyactis
Leontopodium Brachyactis
Leontopodium Brachyactis
Leontopodium Brachyactis
Leontopodium Brachyactis
Leontopodium Brachyactis

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