Saussurea piptathera

Saussurea piptathera in Valley of Flowers

Saussurea piptathera is a herb of 1 m tall. Leaves are oblong or ovate-oblong. Sharply toothed along the margins. Heads are densely crowded corymbs. The specific name Pipththera refers to falling of flowers along with the stalks.

English Name

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Local Name

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Family

Asteraceae

Flowering time

July to September

Habitat

Grassy slopes

Uses

NOT AVAILABLE

Location in the Valley of flowers

It is found in deeper parts and at Hemkund Sahib.

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