Botanical name: Onosma thomsonii Family: Boraginaceae (Forget-me-not family)
Thomson's Onosma is a very rare perennial herb of the Himalayas. It is a woody herb with hairy parts. Flowers are bracteate, in terminal or both terminal and lateral, nodding clusters. Calyx is 5-sect or sometimes shortly tubular, usually accrescent. Flowers are tubular, gradually broadening upwards, white to bluish. Petals are short, patent or not. Flowering: April-May.
Identification credit: Krishan Lal
The flower labeled Thomson's Onosma is ...