Artemisia nilagirica (C.B.Clarke) Pamp., 452 1926. (syn. Artemisia vulgaris var. nilagirica C.B.Clarke);
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ar-te-MIZ-ee-uh or ar-teh-MEEZ-ee-uh — named for the Greek goddess Artemis … Dave’s Botanary
¿ nee-luh-GIH-ree-kuh ? — of or from Nilgiri hills 

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commonly known asIndian wormwoodNilgiri mugwort • Assameseদমনা domonaতংলতি tongloti • Bengaliনাগদানা nagdana • Garokhel-bijak • Gujaratiનાગદમન nagdamanનાગદૌના nagdauna • Hindiदमनक damanakध्याम dhyamदौना daunaनागदोना nagadona • Kannadaಮಾಚಿಪತ್ರೆ machipatre • Malayalamഅനന്തൻപച്ച ananta-paccaകാട്ടുകർപ്പൂരം kattu-kappuramമക്കിപ്പൂവ് makkippuvമാസീപത്രി masipatri • Manipuriলেইবাক ঙৌ leibakngou • Marathiढोर दवणा dhor davanaगाठोणा gathonaनागदवण nagadavana • Nepaliतितेपाती titepati • Odiaନାଗ ଦଅଣା naga daana • Punjabiਤਤਵੇਣ tatwen • Sanskritदमनक damanakaनागदमनी nagadamani • Tamilமாசிபத்திரி maci-pattiriமக்கீபூ makkipuதிருநாமச்செடி tirunamacceti • Teluguదవనము davanamuమాచిపత్రి machi-patri • Tuluಮಂಜಪತ್ರೆ manjapatre 
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… and more names … Odiaବଳାମୋଟା balamotaବିଷଦଂଷ୍ଟ୍ରା bishadamshtraବିଷାପହା bishapahaମହାୟୋଗେଶ୍ବରୀ mahajogeshwariରକ୍ତ ପୁଷ୍ପୀ rakta pushpiଶକ୍ରପୁଷ୍ପୀ shakrapushpiସର୍ବଗ୍ରହାପହା sarbagrahapaha • Sanskritभुजङ्गपर्णिनी bhujangaparniniब्रह्मजटा brahmajataदण्डिन् dandinदान्त dantaदेवशेखर devashekharaगन्धोत्कट gandhotkataजटिला jatilaकुलपत्त्र kulapattraमुनि muniनागगन्धा nagagandhaनागाह्वा nagahvaपाण्डुराग panduragaपत्त्रिन् pattrinपवित्रक pavitrakaपुण्डरीक pundarikaरक्तपुष्पी raktapushpiऋषिपुत्रक rsiputrakaसप्तधात्रीक saptadhatrikaतापसपत्त्र tapasapattraतपस्विपत्त्र tapasvipattraविनीत vinitaविषापहा vishapaha 
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Native to: s China, India, Myanmar
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Leaves are is bitter in taste and used medicinally. Plant is also used in religious ceremonies and dried stems are used for making brooms.
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Leaves are alternate, 5-10cm. ovate, deeply pinnatisect, segments lobed, upper leaves smaller, sessile.
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Artemisia nilagirica (C.B.Clarke) Pamp.
ar-te-MIZ-ee-uh — named for the goddess Artemis in Greek mythologyDave’s Botanary
¿ nee-lah-GEER-ee-kah ? — of or from Nilgiri
commonly known as: fleabane, Indian wormwood, mugwort • Assamese: নীলম nilum • Bengali: নাগদানা nagadana • Hindi: दवना davana, नागदोना nagdona • Kannada: manjepatre, urigattige • Konkani: surpin • Malayalam: മക്കീപൂവൂ makkippuvu, മാസീപത്രീ masipatri • Manipuri: লেইবাক ঙৌ leibakngou • Marathi: ढोर दवणा dhor davana • Oriya: dayona • Sanskrit: दमनक damanak, नागदमन nagadaman • Tamil: மக்கீபூ makkippu • Telugu: masipatri
Native to: s China, India, Myanmar
References: Flowers of IndiaFlora of ChinaFurther Flowers of Sahyadri by Shrikant Ingalhalikar

at Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary on 05 NOV 11


Nice upload … Perhaps some one has to find differences between A. nilagirica and A. dubia, both Indian names for A. vulgaris.

Artemisia nilagirica (C. B. Clarke) Pampanini

Photographed from Chakrata, Pl. validate because I am not very sure how to differentiate A. dubia and A. nilagirica.


Dakpathar plant seems A. japonica since the leaves are NOT white tomentose beneath. Chakrata plant seems to have white tomentum beneath to be called A. nilagirica. This is of course provided both plants are reported from these areas.



This one is an aromatic shrub around 1 to 2m high, stem leafy.
Local name: ” Dhor Dawna, Dawna “.
Scientific name: Artemisia nilagirica (A. vulgaris).
Family: Asteraceae.
Leaves are alternate, 5-10cm. ovate, deeply pinnatisect, segments lobed, upper leaves smaller, sessile.
This is common in fields, in hills and slopes.

Photographed at Nimgiri.



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Artemesia parviflora Roxb. ex D.Don. SN May 21 :  6 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (2).

Artemesia parviflora Roxb. ex D.Don, Fam: Asteraceae;

Wild Shrub from Gudalur area of Nilgiri, Tamilnadu, near tea estates.


It does not seem to match with images of Artemisia japonica Thunb. (syn. Artemisia parviflora Buch.-Ham. ex Roxb.)


Then it will be Artemesia nilagirica (Clarke) Pamp


Artemisia nilagirica


it is A. nilagirica



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Plant for ID : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1).
Found growing wild in Wayanad, Kerala.

The leaves have a pleasant fragrance and its smoke is supposed to keep away mosquitoes. Have also been told that it can grow quite tall and spread out, so suitable for hedges.


Artemesia parviflora Roxb.


It does not seem to match with images of Artemisia japonica Thunb. (syn. Artemisia parviflora Buch.-Ham. ex Roxb.)


Definitely not Artemesia species. If … has other photographs like habit etc. (close up of leaves, flowers etc.). he may send them for proper ID.


Leaves aromatic, lobed, and glaucous beneath… I would go with the ID Artemisia. A. nilagirica, perhaps.


Thank you all for the inputs. Will try and send some more pics for better identification soon.



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FOR VALIDATION Artemisia nilagirica :: Bisle Ghat :: 15 NOV 2016 :: DVDEC75 : 6 posts by 2 authors. 5 images.

Bisle Ghat Karnataka
Date: 15 NOV 2016 … Altitude range: ~ 956 – 139 m (3136 – 456 ft) asl
Artemisia ¿ nilagirica ? … (family: Asteraceae)

Dear friends,
I read through Artemisia page of eFI and Digital Flora of Karnataka.
I strongly think this plant to be Artemisia nilagirica, please validate.


Thanks, ….   Pl. also match with images in EFI site.


Thanks … I have already read through Artemisia page of eFI, also Digital Flora of Karnataka.
I strongly think this plant to be Artemisia nilagirica, hopefully someone validates.


For me it appears close to images at Artemisia nilagirica  


Thanks … I am going with Artemisia nilagirica.



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Flowers of India Discussions at efloraofindia more views in flickr more views on Google Earth
ar-te-MIZ-ee-uh or ar-teh-MEEZ-ee-uh — named for the Greek goddess Artemis … Dave’s Botanary
¿ nee-luh-GIH-ree-kuh ? — of or from Nilgiri hills 
Commonly known asIndian wormwoodNilgiri mugwort • Assameseদমনা domonaতংলতি tongloti • Bengaliনাগদানা nagdana • Garokhel-bijak • Gujaratiનાગદમન nagdamanનાગદૌના nagdauna • Hindiदमनक damanakध्याम dhyamदौना daunaनागदोना nagadona • Kannadaಮಾಚಿಪತ್ರೆ machipatre • Malayalamഅനന്തൻപച്ച ananta-paccaകാട്ടുകർപ്പൂരം kattu-kappuramമക്കിപ്പൂവ് makkippuvമാസീപത്രി masipatri • Manipuriলেইবাক ঙৌ leibakngou • Marathiढोर दवणा dhor davanaगाठोणा gathonaनागदवण nagadavana • Nepaliतितेपाती titepati • Odiaନାଗ ଦଅଣା naga daana • Punjabiਤਤਵੇਣ tatwen • Sanskritदमनक damanakaनागदमनी nagadamani • Tamilமாசிபத்திரி maci-pattiriமக்கீபூ makkipuதிருநாமச்செடி tirunamacceti • Teluguదవనము davanamuమాచిపత్రి machi-patri • Tuluಮಂಜಪತ್ರೆ manjapatre 
… and more names … Odiaବଳାମୋଟା balamotaବିଷଦଂଷ୍ଟ୍ରା bishadamshtraବିଷାପହା bishapahaମହାୟୋଗେଶ୍ବରୀ mahajogeshwariରକ୍ତ ପୁଷ୍ପୀ rakta pushpiଶକ୍ରପୁଷ୍ପୀ shakrapushpiସର୍ବଗ୍ରହାପହା sarbagrahapaha • Sanskritभुजङ्गपर्णिनी bhujangaparniniब्रह्मजटा brahmajataदण्डिन् dandinदान्त dantaदेवशेखर devashekharaगन्धोत्कट gandhotkataजटिला jatilaकुलपत्त्र kulapattraमुनि muniनागगन्धा nagagandhaनागाह्वा nagahvaपाण्डुराग panduragaपत्त्रिन् pattrinपवित्रक pavitrakaपुण्डरीक pundarikaरक्तपुष्पी raktapushpiऋषिपुत्रक rsiputrakaसप्तधात्रीक saptadhatrikaतापसपत्त्र tapasapattraतपस्विपत्त्र tapasvipattraविनीत vinitaविषापहा vishapaha 
botanical namesArtemisia nilagirica (C.B. Clarke) Pamp. … synonymsArtemisia indica auct. non Willd. • Artemisia vulgaris auct. non L. … Shodhganga … Artemisia vulgaris L. var. nilagirica C.B. Clarke • Artemisia indica sensu Wight non Willd. • Artemisia vulgaris sensu Hook. f. non L. var. nilagirica … Botanical Survey of India 
November 15, 2016 … along Bisle Ghat, Karnataka 

Superb efforts, …


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Plant for ID : MNP,Mumbai : 271212 : AK-1: A small plant at Maharashtra Nature Park, Mumbai seen in the medical plants section on 21/11/12.
Plants about 1 foot tall, not more.
Id please.


Artemisia vulgaris (Asteraceae)


Yes. Artemisia vulgaris. In kannada it is known as manjepatre. It is a very useful medicinal plant (for mental disorders ?).

Please check this link for more details.:

The specimens earlier placed under A. vulgaris from India are now mostly referable to A. dubia or A. nilagirica. Uploading A. dubia from Kashmir as per another thread by …


efi pages on Artemisia dubia & Artemisia nilagirica


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On 31/10/09 at Herbal Garden, on the outskirts of Hyderabad, A.P.; Artemisia nilagirica – indiantreepix | Google Groups

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Kalatope id al120911: A plant growing wild around here , the leaves/flowers have a nice fragrance when crushed

Location Kalatope Chamba
Altitude 2100 mts
Habit herb
Habitat wild
Height 2 feet


Is it Artimisia nilagirica?


Some Artemisia, dont know the species….


It could be … or of the same family.. I hope some of the elders would comment on this…


Appears close to images at Artemisia nilagirica


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ID: Artemisia sp.(?) from Guwahati: Is it Artemisia sp. ? Please ID for it.
Time of collection : 09/10/2012
Location : Maligaon, 1 No. gate, Guwahati 11
Habit : Herb


Appears close to images at Artemisia nilagirica



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Satara, Oct 2014 :: Requesting ID – Asteraceae :: ARKNOV-19 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)
Requesting to please provide ID of this Asteraceae member captured near Satara, Maharashtra in October 2014.

Is this some Artemisia sp.?


Artemisia  – species in eFIoraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available)


… thank you for sharing. The genus is almost unknown to me. May I know what features in the attached set of photographs suggest it is an asteraceae member?


A co-traveller mentioned that it should some Artemisia, but he was not sure.

I do not know this plant at all.


Your “Type2IMG_5928.jpg” looks very much like Chenopodium panicle/spike.


Thank you … for the feedback. Let us wait for any further comments…


I am ashamed of myself for passing a dumb comment like, “Your “Type2IMG_5928.jpg” looks very much like Chenopodium panicle/spike.” Extremely sorry for making such inconvenience. Yes, it may be Artemisia sp., like the one at – https://plants.ces.ncsu.edu/plants/artemisia-vulgaris/


It may be Artemisia nilagirica (C.B.Clarke) Pamp. as per comparative images at Artemisia

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Asteraceae Fortnight Part 2-Discoid heads:: Artemisia for ID SMP12 : Attachments (5).  3 posts by 2 authors.

This Artemisia plant was photographed in Sinhagad valley. It is commonly observed in western ghats.

Is it Artemisia nilagirica ?


efi page on Artemisia nilagirica


I guess there is no match of Artemisia nilagirica with this sp..


yes, it looks as Artemisia nilagirica


will it match with Artemisia japonica Thunb.?


No, looks different from images at Artemisia japonica


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Artemisia nilagirica (C.B.Clarke) Pamp. Is a fairly common perennial under shrub in Uttarakhand.
Leaves are is bitter in taste and used medicinally. Plant is also used in religious ceremonies and dried stems are used for making brooms.
Photographed at Pantnagar.

 


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