Wild Angelica Angelica silvestris

Wild Angelica Angelica silvestris

Wild Angelica is a two-year old, perennial herbaceous plant of the Umbelliferae family. The rhizome is juicy, reversed with numerous roots, with milk juice. the dirt is up to 2m. high and branched. The ground leaves are up to 50 cm long. The foliage is large, on the edges jagged. The flowers ar...

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Wild Celery Apium graveolens L

Wild Celery is a two-year-old herbaceous plant of the family Umbelliferae. Root is a starter and juicy with a yellowish-white or brown crust, sometimes with a red hue. The stem is upright up to 1 m high, strongly branched. The leaves are dark green. The colors are without cups. The be...

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Great burdock Arctium lappa L

Great burdock is a two-year or perennial herbaceous plant of the Compositae family. The root is thick, soft, spindly and slightly branched. Stem is up to 2m high. woolly hair. The leaves are large, endless, followed by rare hairs, gray hair underneath. The colorful red-eyed, large, ball-shape...

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Bemuda-grass Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers

The Bemuda-grass is a perennial herbaceous plant of the Gramineae family. The rhizome is creeping, with long highly developed ground and underground shoots. The stems are basically branched upwards, reaching up to 50 cm long, densely lined. The leaves are thinly tapered, with a very stiff brush. It ...

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Male Fern Dryopteris Filix SW

Male fern is a very long spore plant of the family Polypodiaceae. The rootstock is flat, 25 cm long, thick, black-brown outside, with many thin roots. From the forefoot young part of the leaves go out of the leaves, and the back old part gradually disappears. No overhead stem. The leaves are up...

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