Primula reidii in Valley of flowers
Primula reidii is a hairy herb of height 10 – 15 cm. Leaves are loosely arranged rosette, oblaneolate, denticulate or obscurely crenulate along the margins and hairy on both the surfaces. Flowers are ivory white, fragrant and bell shaped, slightly drooping.
|June to September|
Rock ledges, on boulders covered with moss.
Location in the Valley of flowers
|It is found near the entry gate of the valley of flowers.|
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