Prenanthes brunoniana in Valley of Flowers
Prenanthes brunoniana is an erect herb of 30 cm to 1.5 m tall with many spreading branches. Leaves are up to 25. Flowers heads are blue or purplish white, pink or purplish. Flowers are drooping outside. The stigma is purplish. The specific name Brunosis is a Latinized form of on Bruno and it refers to Robert Brown, A Scotish Botanist.
|August to Late October|
|On alpine meadows, undergrowth of forests and shruberries.|
|Leaves are used to treat sores and wounds.|
Location in the Valley of flowers
|It is found in the middle part of the Valley of Flowers.|
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