Arabis amplexicaulis Edgew., Trans. Linn. Soc. London 20: 31 1851. (Syn: Arabis kanawarensis Royle ex Hook.f. & Thomson; Arabis patens Royle ex Hook.f. & Thomson [Illegitimate]; Erysimum amplexicaule (Edgew.) Kuntze [Illegitimate]);
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Mustard family abounds.. this time of the year…
Altitude 2100 mt
Height 18 inches
flowers with a tinge of pink
This one I also photographed last year from Gulmarg Kashmir. Could not get identified for want of fruits. Let us wait for fruits in your plant. Get some good close ups of fruits when they come up.
This one too is also fruiting now.. am posting the photo as you asked..
Length of mature fruit? diameter of flower?
here are the dimensions
Lysimachia lobelioides ? Not too sure though
No … An Arabis sp., from Brassicaceae. Stem leaves are not clear but could be Arabis alpina
Or perhaps Arabis amplexicaulis would be better option
Thank you … I think … is absolutely right.. but… here is the view of stem leaves in case still required…
Arabis amplexicaulis Edgew. as per images in FOI.
I think matches with details in http://efloraindia.nic.in/efloraindia/taxonList.action?id=2293&type=4