Triplostegia glandulifera Wall. ex DC., Mém. Soc. Linn. Paris 4: 642 1830. (syn: Hoeckia aschersoniana Engl. & Graebn.; Triplostegia epilobiifolia Leveille (ambiguous synonym); Triplostegia glandulosa DC.; Triplostegia mairei Leveille (ambiguous synonym); Triplostegia pinifolia Leveille (ambiguous synonym); Triplostegia repens Hemsl.);
China (Gansu, Hubei, Shaanxi, Sichuan, Yunnan), Taiwan, SE-Tibet, India, Nepal, N-India (Garhwal) to Bhutan, Darjeeling, Sikkim, Assam, Myanmar [Burma], Sulawesi, New Guinea as per Catalogue of Life;

Images by  Jambey Tsering (ID by Manas Bhaumik)


Required ID please. : Attachments (5).  5 posts by 3 authors.

Ethnic medicinal plant:
Herb; 10-20 cm height;
Temperate forest of East Himalaya (2000 m or 6600 feet);
Root are considered potent medicine as that of Aconitum heterophyllum root.   

Looks like Valeriana, especially the flowers

It seems to me Triplostegia glandulifera Wall. ex DC. (Dipsacaceae).

Thanks …

Triplostegia glandulifera (Dipsacaceae) photographed near Lata Kopri, Upper Nandakini Valley (Chamoli) Uttarakhand.
On shady, moist slopes in forest. 3000m altitude.

Thanks …, a tiny beautiful plant, this was not known to me earlier…


Herb with lyrate leaves SN21117 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (5)
Wild herb on the way to Pango top near Kathi, Pindari glacier Uthrakand

Triplostegia glandulifera (Caprifoliaceae).

Valeriana for sp. ID : 10 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (4)- around 750 kb each.
Kindly help me to identify this species. Some say it is Valeriana. I request for the confirmation.
The specimen is from Bhutan. Spruce forest. Above 3500 m.

himalayan valerian?

PL. check with Triplostegia glandulifera Wall. ex DC.
To me appears close.

Agree with …

Thank you so much for your kind concern. I appreciate for sharing your valuable knowledge. Me too resembles Triplostegia.
I anticipate a constant touch with you if you don’t mind.

Also it is recorded in our flora list under Dipsacaceae

Me too. Correct ID !


SK 3051 16 October 2021: 8 very high res. images.
Location: Jumla, Nepal
Altitude: 2893m.
Date: 18 August 2021
Habit : Wild

Very interesting plant with glandular parts.

I am not sure. May be some other !

Not Brassicaceae

floral part resembles with Triplostigea glanduligera.

Yes, it appears close to images at Triplostegia glandulifera Wall. ex DC.