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Broomrape sand

Biennial or perennial herbaceous plant 15-45 cm, densely pubescent with short glandular hairs. The stem is simple (sometimes branching inflorescence), yellow-brown, often with a reddish tinge, bearing numerous lanceolate scales up to 20 mm. The inflorescence is a dense, many-flowered, cylindrical, usually a little shorter than the rest of the stem. Covering scales lanceolate, nearly equal to the calyx, on the edge and on the back densely glandular-pubescent. Cup light brown, glandular pubescent, with very prominent veins, to base into two segments. Venchikdlinoy 25-35 mm, advanced to the limb, Read more [...]
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Mint longifolia

A perennial herb with creeping rhizome. Stems erect, 30-100 cm tall, branched, acutely quadrangular, whitish, densely pubescent, sometimes almost felt. Leaves ovate-oblong to lanceolate, 5-15 cm long and 1.5-3.5 cm wide, often thick, the top blue-green or grayish, bottom belovoylochnye, pilchatozubchatye the edges, sessile or subsessile. Numerous small flowers clustered in whorls, which together form the tops of stems elongated spike inflorescence. Pedicels densely tomentose hairs. Calyx campanulate, almost equal to the corolla tube, pyatizubchatym, with linear-subulate teeth close together Read more [...]
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Myosotis melkotsvetkovaya

Annual densely pubescent hairs plant height of 5-20 cm, branched from the base of the stem, causing it seems mnogostebelnym. Lower leaves are lance-spatulate, 1-4 cm long, the upper - oblong or lanceolate, much smaller. The flowers are very small, clustered in terminal curls. Fertile wrist straight, with a thick shaft and very short spreading bushy stalk, sticking up, the lower stem are located in the axils of upper leaves, inflorescence why it seems like foliage. Calyx narrow, up to 2/3 cut into lanceolate-linear, pointed teeth, elongating in fruit and converging at the top, densely pubescent Read more [...]
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Kakalia hastate

A perennial herbaceous plant 50-120 (150) cm with horizontal rhizome, densely seated braid adventitious roots. Stem erect, robust, simple, under inflorescence densely glandular-fluffy, thick foliage. The leaves are triangular-reniform or triangular-kopevidye, jagged at the edges, sometimes entire, with the stem. Baskets drooping, with tubular bisexual flowers in general narrow-pyramidal racemose-paniculate inflorescence. Involucre cylindrical. Corolla whitish. Stamens with anthers arrow-shaped at the base; sprigs on top of the column with a crown of hairs. Fruits - light brown achene 4-6 Read more [...]
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Annual fragrant plant height of 25-100 cm, densely leafy. Stem erect, ribbed, brownish or purplish-brown, naked. The leaves are alternate, in general outline broadly ovate, 2.5-10 cm long and 2.5-4 cm broad, three times pinnate, lateral segments 2-3 (5) on each side, their petioles broadly edged, pointed end slices quickly. Baskets are spherical, on drooping stalks 1-3 mm long, form a common loose, broad, densely leafy paniculate inflorescence. Marginal flowers in a basket for women, with filiform tongue, median - bisexual, bokalchato-tubular. Fruits - flat achene. Flowers in July and August, Read more [...]
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Broomrape Clove

Perennial herb 15-40 cm tall, densely brownish pubescent with short glandular hairs. Stem erect, yellowish-brown, often with reddish or purple hue, lined with numerous lanceolate scaly leaves up to 25-30 mm. Flowers are in terminal cylindrical or oval rather loose inflorescences, which is usually much shorter than the rest of the stem. Covering scales ovate-lanceolate, up to 30 mm. Calyx segments bilobed at the bottom of a very wide and webbed. Venchikdlinoy 20-30 mm, directed obliquely upwards, almost bell-shaped, with a long tube large, brownish-purple with a reddish tinge, outside densely Read more [...]
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Siberian Arguziya

Perennial herb with creeping rhizome and erect braid sinuous spreading branched stems 10-35 cm tall, densely appressed pubescent or hairs. The leaves are alternate, oblong or almost linear, sessile, grayish of pubescence. Flowers in few-flowered little curls at the ends of stems and branches. Calyx grayish, with five sharp lanceolate lobes, which are 2-3 times shorter than corolla tube. Corolla funnel-shaped, with a tube 6-7 mm, densely woolly outside, with limb to 8 mm in diameter, cut into five ovate or oblong, obtuse or acute lobes. The fruits are ovoid, about 8 mm long, apex depressed, Read more [...]
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