Rhodiola imbricata

Rhodiola imbricata in Valley of Flowers

Rhodiola imbricata is a perennial and dioecious herb of 25 to 30 cm height. Root stocks are aromatic having a scent of similar to rose flowers. Flowering stems 3 to 6 on each rhizome. Flowers are yellow, unisexual and arranged in a compact terminal cymes. The specific name Imbricata means Over lapping, referring to arrangement of leaves on the stem.

English Name

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Local Name

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Family

Crassulaceae

Flowering time

June to August

Habitat

In meadows, rock crevices and grassy slopes.

Uses

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Location in the Valley of flowers

It is mainly found at Hemkund Sahib. It can also be found in deeper parts of the Valley of flowers.

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Rhodiola imbricata
Rhodiola imbricata

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