Rheum webbianum in Valley of Flowers
Rheum webbianum is an erect robust herb with stout stem of height varying from 50 cm to 2 m. Roots are stock thick and woody. Leaves are circular in outline and reniform cordate at base. Flowers are yellowish white and in terminal and axillary. The specific name is named after Philip Barker Webb as he was the first person to collect plants in Tetuan Mountains of Morocco.
|June to July|
|Very common in Shruberries, meadows and mountain slopes.|
|Roots are used in the treatment of abdominal disorders, constipation and wounds. Leaves are used as appetizer and in making chutney.|
Location in the Valley of flowers
|It is found in the middle and deeper parts of the valley. A very common flower.|
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