Eriocephalus africanus

Wild Rosemary, Kapok Bush, Cape Snow Bush Eriocephalus africanus is an evergreen shrub native to South Africa and can reach a height of up to 50 centimetres. Its white inflorescences can be seen from summer to fall. Characteristics & Description Height, habit: 20 to 50 centimeters, shrub Life cycle: Perennial Poisonous: No, can be used […]

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More species from the Asteraceae / daisy family

Ammi visnaga, Visnaga daucoides

Toothpick-Plant, Toothpickweed Toothpick plant is closely related to dill, fennel and celery, can grow up to one meter high and blooms from July to September in Central Europe. It grows annually or biennially. Ammi visnaga is used as a medicinal plant, and toothpicks are or were made from its stems (source). Botanical experts do not […]

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More species from the Apiaceae family

Marrubium vulgare

White Horehound Marrubium vulgare grows perennially, can reach a height of 60 centimeters and blooms in summer. It originates from the Mediterranean region and can also be found growing wild in other Central European or Northern European countries. In naturopathy it is used for colds and gastrointestinal complaints. It can be obtained in the form […]

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More species from the Lamiaceae / mint family

Nicotiana tabacum

Tobaco Nicotiana tabacum grows as an annual and can reach a height of three meters. Its flowering period extends from summer to autumn. Its leaves are used to make smoking tobacco. Description Popular name(s): Tobaco Botanical name: Nicotiana tabacum Family: Solanaceae Origin: Not naturally occurring. Virginian tobacco is believed to be a cross between Nicotiana […]

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More species from the Solanaceae / nightshade family

Blitum bonus-henricus


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More species from the Amaranthaceae family