Plant for ID : 11 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (1) – 435 kb.
Date- August 2019
Location- growing wild in Sirmour and Shimla HP
Plant Habit- Herb
Other Information- Growing in fields as wild
early stages in the plant life
I think something else.
Looks different from Argemone mexicana and Argemone ochroleuca
Not Argemone at all. A Thistle.
oh good. then on follow up we will see a nice thistle or two… will wait for follow up..
I will try to provide flowering and fruiting stage, I think … is right,
Yes, appears closer to Cirsium as suggested by …
There are two possibilities based on basal rosette: Cirsium argyracanthum and Carduus edelbergii, latter seems more accurate.