Allium wallichii is a perennial herb with single, conical and short bulb. Leaves are linear – lanceolate, keeled, flattened, blunt at apex and narrowed at base. Flowers are purple and are form umbels.
Himalaya Onion, Jimbur
Doona, Laddu and Gobka
Alliaceae (onion family)
July to August
Mountain slopes and nearby stream banks
In Nepal bulbs are used to treat altitude sickness, cough, cholera and dysentery. Cooked tender leaves can be used as vegetable. Flowers are used for garnishing salads.
Location in the Valley of flowers
This flowers is a bit rare flower to spot in Valley of Flowers. Last year we could spot only 2 flowers of Allium Wallichii. You can spot it in the middle part of Valley of Flowers. Middle part means after trekking 3-4 Km. from the entry gate of Valley of Flowers.
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