Botanical name: Anaphalis nepalensis Family: Asteraceae (Sunflower family)
Nepal pearly everlasting is a pretty 5-50 cm tall herb. Stem usually simple, sometimes feebly branched, sparsely or densely whitish or greyish hairy. This plant has lanceolate, silvery gray-green leaves that are covered with thick fuzz. Lower leaves oblong elliptic 25-35 mm long, and 3-20 wide. Upper leaves are narrower, almst grasslike. Pearly Everlasting are so named because they produce flowers that may be dried. The tiny, white flowers have papery petals and they grow in clustered heads atop erect stems, in late summer. The beautiful flowers have greenish yellow central disk and papery white petals. Nepal pearly everlasting is native to the Himalayas.
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