Scientific name - Dianthus sylvestris L.
Synonyms - Boissier Dianthus, Dianthus godronianus, inodorus Dianthus, Dianthus virgineus.
Popular names - garofita salbatica, garofanino selvatico.
Distribution and Habitat - increases the debris, limestone substratum, 0 to 2400 m altitude.
Description - Perennial species, stem short and woody. Basal leaves numerous, linear, 0.5 - 1.2 mm wide, green. Flowers solitary at stem tip, slightly scented or odorless. Scvamele epicaliciului 2-5, obovate, with mucron obviously coriacee, a quarter or third of the length of calyx. Gamosepal calyx, tubular, 12-30 x 4-7 mm. Glabra petals, pink, toothed or entire. Stamens 10. Blooms in May-August. Fruit cylindrical capsule with apical dehiscence. Seeds numerous, obovate, concave on one side, black or blackish brown. 2n = 30
Geranium pratense - beak stork
Herbaceous perennial, stems pubescent, erect, branched dichotomy. Leaves opposite, the parties to lobate-acute, 5-7 lobed, margin evening. Flowers symmetric radiator Corola blue-purple, 5 petals obovata, 2 cm, 5 sepa lanceolata, mucronata, ovary superior, 10 stamens united at the base. Blooms in June-August.
Gentiana lutea - mountain species, native to southern Europe, grows on limestone bedrock, on pastures rich in organic matter, from 1000 to 2200 m altitude.
Hepatica nobilis Schreb
Herbaceous perennial, fibrous root. Leaves evergreen, coriacee, the young are green open and passwords, dark olive green on the upper face, and purple on the lower face at maturity and during flowering, cordiform 3-lobate, lobe ovat, margin entire, top obtuse.
Digitalis grandiflora - Perennial species, pubescent; natural range is Eurosiberian, increases in forest edge, and boschetelor, from plain to 1600 m altitude.
Prunus cerasifera - corcodus
Prunus cerasifera - is grown for its edible fruit jams are made and cultivars and varieties are found all over the world species grown as ornamentals in parks and gardens, or green street.
Leaves opposite, or verticil every 3.5 leaves, simple, and with the parties they lanceolata, 1-25 cm long, evergreen or decidue. Flower swing; 4 sepa long, thin, short petals 4, ovary inferior. Fruit 5-25 mm, green-reddish, red or purple, edible. Seeds numerous.
Melia azedarach L.
Name the genre, Melia, derived from Greek and 'azedarach', the Persian word and means 'noble trees'.
Popular name: English: bread tree, Persian lilac, China berry; Nepal: bakaino, Tibet: smag sing.
Distrubuire - in Nepal at around 700-1700 m altitude village in Iran Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bhutan and China.