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Lyubka two-leafed (night violet)

Perennial herbaceous plant. Adventitious roots, with two tubers, ovate-fusiform, light brown. Stems erect, herbaceous, up to 30-60 cm tall. The leaves are alternate, basal, amplexicaul, membranous, stem – 2 large, obovate, narrowed into a petiole, upper stem – linear, sessile. Flowers are irregular, white, in loose racemes. Perianth – from six leaves of various shapes. The fruit is a multi-seeded capsule. Blooms […]

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Lyubka bifolia (Platanthera bifolia L.)

Lyubka two-leaved – a species of perennial herbaceous tuberous plants from the genus Lyubka (lat. Platanthera) of the Orchid family (Orchidaceae). Other names: Night violet Description: Tuber roots are oblong-ovate with longish cord-like endings. Stem 25-60 cm in height, with brownish sheaths at the base and above them with two oblong-obovate leaves, blunt at the apex and narrowed towards

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Lyubka bifolia

LUBKA TWO-LEAF (Platanthera bifolia L.)Perennial herbaceous plant of the orchidaceae family (Orchidaceae), up to 60 cm high, with two fairly deep-seated, ovate-oval tubers. One of them is flabby, emaciated, of the last year, the other is dense, young, of the current year. The lower leaves are almost opposite, large, elliptical, with characteristic arcuate venation and winged petiole. The

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Lyubka dvolista – lyubka two-leaved

Platanthera bifolia); night violet, nightshade, love-me-don’t-leave, nocturia, nocturnia; family Zozulintsevi (Orchids) (Orchidaceae); lovely bifoliate  When we hear about orchids, we immediately imagine a humid tropical forest with exotic flowers hanging from the trees. What a riot of colors and forms! Tropical orchids can be seen in the greenhouses of botanical gardens, and even in flower shops. However, even in our forests,

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Lovage officinalis – lovage likarsky (veterinary practice)

Botanical characteristic. Umbrella family. Perennial herbaceous plant, with a massive, branched, brownish-yellow root. The stem is straight, hollow, glabrous, branched upwards, reaching a height of 100-200 cm, diameter at the base 3 cm. The leaves are large, dark green, shiny, lower double-pinnate, upper pinnate. The flowers are collected in complex umbrellas, small, light yellow. Blooms in June – July. Spreading. It

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Lovage officinalis

(Umbelliferae). Popular names: bathing grass, bear, love stem. Parts Used: Primarily the rhizome, sometimes the entire above-ground part of the plant. Pharmacy name: lovage root – Levistici radix (formerly: Radix Levistici), lovage herb – Levistici herba (formerly: Herba Levistici). Botanical description.From the thick vertical rhizome of this large umbrella plant comes a tubular, smooth, branched stem in the

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Pharmacy lovage

PHARMACEUTICAL (zorya medicinal)   Perennial herbaceous plant, reaching a height of 2 m. The root is massive, fusiform, yellow-brown outside, white inside. When cut fresh, it gives a yellowish resinous juice. The stem is bare, round, branched above, empty inside (hence the name piper). The leaves are shiny, pinnate or bipinnate, cool to the touch due to the

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Zvichayny lion – common flax

(Linaria vulgaris); linaria, wild flax, dogwood; Rannykov family (Scrophulariaceae); common flax Often this plant is called wild lion’s mouth, and it is not surprising. The lion’s mane and the lion’s mane are close relatives: they belong to the same family, but to different genera. The shape of flowers and leaves bring them together. Fenugreek is a herbaceous perennial

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Gill gills

(GILLS) —   Linaria vulgaris Mill. Rannikovi family — Scrophulariaceae   What does it look like? Perennial herb 30-40 cm tall. Stems are straight or directed upwards. The leaves are linear, lanceolate, densely placed on the stems. The flowers are collected in dense, oblong apical clusters. The corolla is double-lipped, with a spur and a closed throat, pale yellow,

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