Spiraea bella

Spiraea bella in Valley of Flowers

Spiraea bella is a deciduous, handsome shrubs growing up to 2.5 m tall; branches are slightly angled. Leaves are alternate and simple. Flowers are pinkish white, unisexual, arranged in dense clusters, clusters numerous on lateral and terminal branches, floral tube is oval or spherical. Sepals are 5, reflexed at maturity. Stamens are red to pink.

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Flowering time

May to September


In slopes as undergrowth in Rhododendron Forests.


Seeds are used in the treatment of sores and wounds.

Location in the Valley of flowers

In the middle parts of the Valley of flowers.

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