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Botanical Garden near Cheshmashahi in Srinagar, on June 26, 2010; Crucifer from Kashmir for ID-Iberis sp?? – efloraofindia | Google Groups

Iberis carnosa Willd. from Kashmir: Iberis carnosa Willd., Sp. Pl. 3: 455 1800.

Syn: Iberis tenoreana DC.; Iberis pruitii Tineo
Ascending to erect herb up to 20 cm tall, somewhat woody at base; leaves somewhat thick, lower obovate-spatulate, upper narrower, 2-4 cm long, apex rounded, usually entire, rarely with few teeth; flowers white to lilac, in dense umbel-like corymb up to 5 cm in diam. not elongating in fruit; fruit deeply notched up to 6 mm long.
Photographed from Botanical garden below Cheshma Shahi, Kashmir


Beautiful Shots Sir. We grow in our college I. amara called as chandni to teach Brassicaceae type example to students


Brassicaceae Week: Iberis carnosa Willd. from Kashmir: Iberis carnosa Willd., Sp. Pl. 3: 455 1800.

Syn: Iberis tenoreana DC.; Iberis pruitii Tineo
Ascending to erect herb up to 20 cm tall, somewhat woody at base; leaves somewhat thick, lower obovate-spatulate, upper narrower, 2-4 cm long, apex rounded, usually entire, rarely with few teeth; flowers white to lilac, in dense umbel-like corymb up to 5 cm in diam. not elongating in fruit; fruit deeply notched up to 6 mm long.
Photographed from Botanical garden below Cheshma Shahi, Kashmir


Very beautiful pictures…..



 
  
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