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N 114 B 478 C 5 E May 24, 2020 F May 25, 2020
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Rosa arvensis (Rosaceae) 145 20

Rosa arvensis (field rose and white-flowered trailing rose) is a species in the genus Rosa and belongs to the family of the Rosaceae (Rose Family).
It is found extensively across many countries in Europe. It can be seen principally in hedges and thickets.
Rosa canina is a prostrate shrub. The plant can grow to be between 3 and 3.7 meters.
This rose blooms from May to July with white flowers, 4 to 5 centimeters across, which are followed by red hips.

Tags:   2020 Botany Botany Rosaceae Rosa

N 125 B 539 C 5 E May 20, 2020 F May 25, 2020
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Sorbus aucuparia (Rosaceae) 141 20

Sorbus aucuparia (commonly called rowan and mountain-ash) is a species of deciduous tree or shrub in the rose family.
It can be found in almost all of Europe and the Caucasus up to Northern Russia and Siberia. The species was introduced as an ornamental species in North America.
Sorbus aucuparia occurs as a tree or shrub that grows up to between 5 and 15 m in height.
The compound leaves are pinnate with 4 to 9 pairs of leaflets on either side of a terete central vein and with a terminal leaflet.
The plant flowers from May to June (on occasion again in September) in many yellowish-white corymbs that contain about 250 flowers. The corymbs are large, upright, and bulging.
Its fruits are round pomes between 8 and 10 mm in diameter that ripen from August to October. The fruits are green before they ripen and then typically turn to orange or scarlet in color.

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Tags:   2020 Botany Botany Wildflowers Tree flowers Trees Rosaceae Sorbus

N 166 B 679 C 6 E May 22, 2020 F May 24, 2020
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Dianthus carthusianorum (Caryophyllaceae ) 143 20

Dianthus carthusianorum is a species of Dianthus from the Caryophyllaceae family. This species is native to the temperate areas of Europe and Asia. It is particularly widespread in dry habitats (grasslands, moors, sandy soils) at altitudes up to 2,500 m.
It is a perennial herbaceous plant that grows up to 60 cm in height. It has thin leaves, up to 7 cm long and about 5 mm wide. The flowers measure about 18-20 mm in diameter, varying in shades from dark pink to purple, sometimes even white.

Tags:   2020 Botany Botany Caryophyllaceae Dianthus Wildflowers

N 124 B 685 C 6 E May 11, 2020 F May 24, 2020
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Polygonatum odoratum (Asparagaceae) 132 20

Polygonatum odoratum (angular Solomon's seal or scented Solomon's seal) syn. P. officinale, is a species of flowering plant in the family Asparagaceae, native to Europe, the Caucasus, Siberia, the Russian Far East, China, Mongolia, Korea and Japan.
Polygonatum odoratum is a colonizing herbaceous perennial growing to 85 cm tall by 30 cm wide, with alternate, simple leaves on arching stems. The scented tubular flowers are white with green tips, borne in spring and hanging from the underside of the stems.

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Tags:   2020 Botany Botany Asparagaceae Polygonatum

N 183 B 1.1K C 11 E May 22, 2020 F May 23, 2020
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Maianthemum bifolium (Asparagaceae) 143 20

Maianthemum bifolium (false lily of the valley or May lily) is often a localized common rhizomatous flowering plant, native from western Europe to the east to Siberia, China, and Japan.
Non-flowering stems usually have only one waxy leaf, but on flowering plants there is one basal leaf that withers away before flowering, and two stem leaves produced alternately up the 10–20 cm tall stems, which are topped off with many star-shaped white flowers. The leaves are heart to triangular with small fine hairs on the veins. The flowers have four tepals, four stamens, and have two chambers in the pistil; flowering is in mid-spring to early summer. This species is found in the wild growing in open forests and on damp soils in grassy ditches and thickets.

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Tags:   2020 Botany Botany Asparagaceae Maianthemum


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