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Artemisia scoparia from Kashmir: Artemisia scoparia Waldst. & Kit., Descr. icon. pl. Hung. 1:66, t. 65. 1801

common names: yin-chen wormwood, red-stem wormwood. Vernacular names: Jhau, Lasaj, dona, marua and Churi Saroj.
Biennial or perennial herb with slender purplish branches, leaves cut into linear segments, lower petiolate, upper sessile and auricled; heads hardly 2 mm, nodding, in panicles.
Photographed from Tapiana sahib, Sialkot, 25 km from Baramulla in Kashmir. 


Artemisia scoparia Waldst. & Kit., Descr. icon. pl. Hung. 1:66, t. 65. 1801
common names: yin-chen wormwood, red-stem wormwood.
Vernacular names: Jhau, Lasaj, dona, marua and Churi Saroj.
Biennial or perennial herb with slender purplish branches, leaves cut into linear segments, lower petiolate, upper sessile and auricled; heads hardly 2 mm, nodding, in panicles. 
Photographed from Tapiana sahib, Sialkot, 25 km from Baramulla in Kashmir and Delhi.


 

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Plz identify wild ../2015 : 5 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (1)
Grows wild through out punja during summer and rains.


I guess ‘punja’ refers to Punjab.

It looks like an Artemisis species.


Thanks, …
Could you pl. send the close ups pl. ?


To me it looks like Tamarix.


I think this is Artemisia scoparia, which is quite common in Haryana and Punjab plains..


Pl. see if your close ups match with images of … at Artemisia scoparia


Thank you …


 
 
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