Vigna vexillata

Vigna vexillata

Vigna vexillata in Valley of Flowers

Vigna vexillata is a perennial climbing or trailing herb. Leaves are 3-foliolate and leaflets are 6. Flowers are bright pink, one to few in sub umbellate racemes, calyx bi-lipped.

English Name

NOT AVAILABLE

Local Name

Machali

Family

Fabaceae

Flowering time

Habitat

In Semi-evergreen forests and sandy soil habitats.

Uses

Roots are edible, seeds are used as vegetable and whole plant is used as fodder.

Location in the Valley of flowers

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Vigna vexillata
Vigna vexillata
Vigna vexillata
Vigna vexillata
Vigna vexillata
Vigna vexillata

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