Rhodiola imbricata is a perennial and dioecious herb of 25 to 30 cm height. Root stocks are aromatic having a scent of similar to rose flowers. Flowering stems 3 to 6 on each rhizome. Flowers are yellow, unisexual and arranged in a compact terminal cymes. The specific name Imbricata means Over lapping, referring to arrangement of leaves on the stem.
June to August
In meadows, rock crevices and grassy slopes.
Location in the Valley of flowers
It is mainly found at Hemkund Sahib. It can also be found in deeper parts of the Valley of flowers.
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