Author 'Ninik' (Id 52159 ) : Looking forward to the Himalayas - Since I have Internet, I always have my camera in my bag and on this day, in the summer, I saw this flower at the edge of a path, then.. Click. I did not know and I was lucky to find it in one of my books on flowers. However, it was the name of Balsamine of Manchuria, and it is said of it that its summer flowering is followed by fruiting abundant. It is also called the 'Not-me-touch-not' because the capsules burst open at maturity with the slightest touch, flinging away the seeds they contain. A single plant can multiply to infinity, covering large surfaces. If one wants to avoid being invaded, it is necessary to remove the flower before fruiting.