Thanks, Chadwell ji.

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Date: 21 September 2016 at 17:49
Subject: Re: Fwd: Glebionis coronaria
To: "J.M. Garg" <>

I do not pay much attention to cultivated plants when in Ladakh but at a
glance, these
images do seem to match *Glebionis coronaria* - which used to be known as
*coronarium*.  Stewart comments that this is planted in flower gardens in
the plains and hills
of Pakistan and Kashmir.  Recorded in the Indus Valley in the 19th Century
by German botanist
Meebold - after whom *Primula meeboldii* is named.

Best Wishes,

Chris Chadwell

81 Parlaunt Road

*From:* J.M. Garg <>
*To:* efloraofindia <>
*Cc:* Saroj Kasaju <>
*Sent:* Tuesday, 20 September 2016, 14:33
*Subject:* Fwd: Glebionis coronaria

Thanks, Saroj ji
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From: "Saroj Kasaju" <>
Date: 20 Sep 2016 16:00
Subject: Glebionis coronaria
To: "efloraofindia" <>, "J.M. Garg" <>

Dear Members

Sharing some pictures I guess is Glebionis coronaria   shot at Leh City on
20 August 2014 at 11000 ft.

Thank you.

Saroj Kasaju

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