Botanical name: Saxifraga parnassifolia Family: Saxifragaceae (Saxifrage family)
Himalayan Saxifrage is an erect perennial herb, 10-40 cm, with at branch-ends clusters of few bright yellow flowers, and with upper leaves triangular-heart-shaped with clasping rounded lobe and basal leaves broadly ovate with heart-shaped base. Flowers are yellow, several, in a at branch-ends cluster: petals 5-7 mm. broadly oblong-ovate; sepals broadly ovate, shorter. glandular-hairy; flower-stalks glandular-hairy. Himalayan Saxifrage is found in shrubberies and open slopes in the Himalayas, from Uttarakhand to Bhutan, at altitudes of 1900-4500 m. It is common in Nepal. Flowering: August-October.
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