Stellaria semivestita in Valley of Flowers
Stellaria semivestita in Valley of Flowers a herb with much branched stems up to 15 – 50 cm. Branches are ascending, dense and crowded. They sparingly covered with woolly hairs. Leaves are linear-lanceolate and acute at apex. Flowers are solitary and white. Sepals are 5 and green in color, margins are white. The specific name semivestita refers to half clothed or dressed.
|Caryophyllaceae (Pink or carnation Family)|
|May to September|
|In grassy slopes.|
|Anticancer activity against human epidermoid carcinoma has been reported from this plant.|
Location in the Valley of flowers
|Not so common flower and too small to locate but can be found near the entry gate of the valley of flowers.|
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