Wormwood Artemisia absinthium L

Wormwood is a perennial herbaceous plant, and sometimes is a semi-shrub of the family of Compositae. The root is strongly branched, the stem is up to 1.5 m high, strongly branched. The leaves are soft hair, which look silver-gray. The flowers are trumpet, yellow. The fruit is back oval without ...

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Mugwort Artemisia vulgaris L

Mugwort ( Artemisia vulgaris) is a perennial herbaceous plant. The rhizome is cylindrical, almost vertical, multipurpose. The stalk is usually stiff in the base, right, high up to 1.5m, branched, often reddish to dark red. From one rhizome go up to 15 stems. The leaves are consecutive, on ...

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Sweet woodruff Asperula odorata L

The Sweet woodruff is a perennial herbaceous plant of the Rubiaceae family. The rootstock is thin and creeping. Stems are numerous, up to 40 cm high, smooth, erect, almost unbroken. The leaves are oval-lanceolate, in each vertebra at 8. Flowers are small, white, collected in thyroid inflor...

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Betony Betonica officinalis L

The Betony / betonica officinalis is a perennial herbaceous plant of the Labiatae family. The stem is up to 60 cm high. upright, quadruped, only in its upper part is sometimes branched. The leaves are opposite, jagged. The basal leaves are mossy with long handles. Stalk leav...

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Milk Vetch Astragalus glycyphyllos L

Milk Vetch is a perennial plant of the Astragalus Glycyphyllus L. family. The root is vertical, penetrating deep into the soil. The stem is bare or almost naked. Leaves are non-hippoptera, with foliage. The flowers are up to 12 mm long, collected in grapes. The whole plant has a characteri...

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Greater Celandine Chelidonium majus L

Greater Celandine is a perennial herbaceous plant of the Papaveraceae family. The rootstock is multi-colored, brownish outside, yellow on the inside, slightly branched. The stem is leaning or erect, at its upper part branched, usually barely 80 cm high. The leaves are soft, uneven and cut. The ...

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Ambros Chenopodium botrys L

The Ambros or chenopodium botrys is an annual herbaceous plant of the Chenopodiaceae family. The stem is up to 60 cm high, erect, rarely creeping, branched. The leaves are sequential. The flowers are small, gathered in top pyramid grooves, located in the bosoms of the upper leaves and the ...

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