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.
|Phiunli and Basanthi|
|Linaceae (Flax Family)|
|May to early June|
Waysides and grassy slopes.
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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