Reinwardtia indica

Reinwardtia indica in Valley of Flowers

Reinwardtia indica is a shrub or under shrub upto one meter tall. Branches are spreading, rounded and angular. Leaves are alternate, simple, elliptic – obovate or lanceolate at apex, rounded or heart shaped. Flowers are bright yellow. Sepals are 5.

English Name

NOT AVAILABLE

Local Name

Phiunli and Basanthi

Family

Linaceae (Flax Family)

Flowering time

May to early June

Habitat

Waysides and grassy slopes.

Uses

Leaves are chewed to clean the tongue and decoction is used for gargles.

Location in the Valley of flowers

It is found on the way from Govindghat to Ghangaria.

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