Figure 1: Podophyllum hexandrum (syn. P. emodi); common names - Aindri, Himalayan Mayapple, Devil's apple, and Duck's foot; low to the ground with glossy green, drooping, lobed leaves on its few stiff branches, with a pale pink flower and bright red-orange bulbous fruit; propagated by seed or by dividing the rhizome; tolerant to cold temperatures but not to dry conditions. In Eastern Asia, it is found from Afghanistan to China and through the Himalayan ranges.