Meconopsis aculeata

Meconopsis aculeata is a blue-flowered thorny species of the genus Meconopsis with a small geographical distribution restricted to specific areas of Pakistan and India, in the west Himalayas. The species was described from specimens collected here, by Royle in 1833.
The species is highly valued as a medicinal plant,[1] and the resulting demand for the plant as medicine has placed pressure on wild populations due to over-collection. Seeds from Chadwell-collection,

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Date: 13/05/2016

Location: Dalsjöfors

Photographer: S-A Kallin

Meconopsis aculeata is a blue-flowered thorny species of the genus Meconopsis with a small geographical distribution restricted to specific areas of Pakistan and India, in the west Himalayas. The species was described from specimens collected here, by Royle in 1833.
The species is highly valued as a medicinal plant,[1] and the resulting demand for the plant as medicine has placed pressure on wild populations due to over-collection. Seeds from Chadwell-collection,

Date: 13/05/2016

Location: Dalsjöfors

Photographer: S-A Kallin