Thalictrum cultratum

Thalictrum cultratum in Valley of Flowers

Thalictrum cultratum is a hairless perennial herb with branching stem growing up to 1 m. Leaves are pinnate. Flowers are greenish white tinged with purple. Sepals are falling early. Stamens are many with purple thread like filaments.

The specific name Cultratum means knife blade like.

English Name

Knife-like Meadow Rue

Local Name

NOT AVAILABLE

Family

Ranunculaceae

Flowering time

July and August

Habitat

In open slopes, wet areas in alpine meadows and shrubberies.

Uses

NOT AVAILABLE

Location in the Valley of flowers

It is common near the entry gate and first 2 km form the entry gate in dense forest.

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Thalictrum cultratum
Thalictrum cultratum

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