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Codonopsis pilosula (Franch.) Nannf., Acta Horti Gothob. 5: 29. 1930.

syn: Campanumoea pilosula Franch.
Looking similar to Codonopsis lanceolata but with much smaller parts and lighter coloured flowers. Twining herb with ovate leaves less than 4 cm long, entire, pilose; flowers pale greenish-yellow; calyx lobes ovate, 8-12 mm long; corolla broadly campanulate, 2 cm long with pale purplish lines/spots inside, lobes deltoid with acute apex; filaments dilated at base; capsule hemispheric 1-2 cm. 
Photographed from Herbal Garden below Cheshmashahi, Srinagar, Kashmir.
Native of China, often cultivated.


 
Codonopsis pilosula (Franch.) Nannf., Acta Horti Gothob. 5: 29. 1930.
syn: Campanumoea pilosula Franch.
Looking similar to Codonopsis lanceolata but with much smaller parts and lighter coloured flowers. Twining herb with ovate leaves less than 4 cm long, entire, pilose; flowers pale greenish-yellow; calyx lobes ovate, 8-12 mm long; corolla broadly campanulate, 2 cm long with pale purplish lines/spots inside, lobes deltoid with acute apex; filaments dilated at base; capsule hemispheric 1-2 cm.
Photographed from Herbal Garden below Cheshmashahi, Srinagar, Kashmir.
Native of China, often cultivated.



Codonopsis pilosula (Franch.) Nannf., Acta Horti Gothob. 5: 29. 1930.

syn: Campanumoea pilosula Franch. 
Looking similar to Codonopsis lanceolata but with much smaller parts and lighter coloured flowers. Twining herb with ovate leaves less than 4 cm long, entire, pilose; flowers pale greenish-yellow; calyx lobes ovate, 8-12 mm long; corolla broadly campanulate, 2 cm long with pale purplish lines/spots inside, lobes deltoid with acute apex; filaments dilated at base; capsule hemispheric 1-2 cm.
Photographed from Herbal Garden below Cheshmashahi, Srinagar, Kashmir.
Native of China, often cultivated.



  

 
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