Clarkia pulchella Pursh, Fl. Amer. Sept. 1: t. 11 1813. (Syn: Clarkia elegans Poir. [Illegitimate]; Clarkia pulcherrima hort.; Godetia pulcherrima Greene);
 
pinkfairies, ragged robin, deerhorn clarkia;  
USA (Connecticut, Idaho, Massachusetts, Montana, Ohio, Oregon, South Dakota,
Vermont, Washington State, Wyoming), Canada (British Columbia), Java (I), Burma
(I)
(Mandalay (I)), Pakistan (I), Slovakia (I)
as per Catalogue of Life;
 

Clarkia pulchella from Kashmir, growing in Harwan Garden in Kashmir, the reservoir adjoining to the garden is the source of Water supply to Srinagar and adjoining areas.. This species is distinct from C. elegans in its 3-lobed clawed petals, flowers usually single.

Common names: pinkfairies, ragged robin, deerhorn clarkia


Thanks for attaching the picture of “Deer horn Clarkia” the petals looks like horns of deer hence the name.


 

 

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Flora from Srinagar ornamental for ID 09072013 CS5 : Attachments (2). 7 posts by 6 authors.
Please help ID this ornamental plant


Perhaps a Cuphea sp..


Could it be Clarkia elegans?
Just a guess.


I hope Clarkia pulchella


Comes under Family : Onagraceae


Thank you all for the possible Ids. It does seem to be Clarkia sp, and from images I have browsed on the net it seems to be like C. pulchella like … said. So can we take it to be this species


Clarkia sp. for ID : 2 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1)

An ornamental planted in garden. Uri Kashmir.
Captured in April.
From my archieves
To me it looks like Clarkia unguiculata. Onagraceae
Please validate


I think more close to Clarkia pulchella Pursh as per comparative images at Clarkia


 
 
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