Trillium govanianum is the Botanical name. The common name is chhatri. The chhatri plant is a small herb
and can be identified by its three leaves in one whorl at the summit of the
stem and a solitary, purple flower in the center. Leaves are broadly ovate,
acute and conspicuously stalked. It is a native species of the Himalayas.
Grows well in well-drained soil, but full sunlight is
required. Once you planted, then regularly water it.
Height: 2400 to 3200
Uses and benefits :
Uses as an antifungal
Used as an anti-inflammatory