Botanical name: Pilea umbrosa Family: Urticaceae (Nettle family)
Shady Himalayan Clearweed is forest plant with erect stem 30-50 cm, often densely covered with hairs. Oppositely arranged elliptic-ovate or oblong leaves are acute or long pointed, with coarsely toothed margin. The leaf blade has 3 prominent nerves, and has a rounded or heart-shaped base. Flowers are minute, greenish-white, pinkish or purple. Male flowers are borne in widely branched clusters 10-15 cm long. The clusters discharge clouds of pollen when shaken. Female clusters are 6 cm long. Shady Himalayan Clearweed is found in Himalayan forests at altitudes of 1200-2500 m. Flowering: June-August.
The flower labeled Shady Himalayan Clearweed is ...