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Plant: 50-150cm. Hairless perennial.
Leaves: 3-5 times cut into very numerous elliptic deeply toothed or lobed segments. Lower leaves long-stalked, sheathing at base. Upper leaves smaller and uppermost reduced to a sheath.
Flower: White, in hairy compound umbels 5-8cm across. Bracts linear or absent. Bracteoles linear-lanceolate, white-margined, as long as flowers.
Distributed from Jammu & Kashmir in India to Bhutan. (2700-4000m).
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Hello Nirmal! Very original take. Cheers!
this is a wonderful, well composed, simple and clear presentation of a lush Himalayan mountain meadow high up in the hovering clouds of the monsoon season. You are sharing a great atmospheric beauty, silence, and density. Thank you!
With best regards,
A interesting capture of this tall looking wildflower. The white blossoms don't stand out as nice as they could with the grey background. But still a nice to share.
We have a similar looking flower here called Cow Parsnip, even the seeds heads look the same. It grows 4 or 5 feet tall. Bears love it.
- [2008-01-08 1:22]
I like this one very much, nice capture in its natural habitat,
very good composition and nice details
best regards, Dejan