Altitude 4500 mts
Plant height 12 inches
Himalayan Village Education Trust
H.P. 176304, India
"Perhaps it should be understood that all three species V. pyrolaefolia,
V.jatamansii and V. hardwickii have simple basal leaves. In V.
pyrolaefolia cauline are also simple, in V. jatamansii cauline 3-fid and
in Hardwickii cauline 3-7 pinnatipartite"
I guess I should revise my lessons more often...
Thank you once again sir..
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