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2011
Nigella arvensis
Flowers | Magnoliopsida

Scientific name - Nigella arvensis L.

Synonyms -

Popular names - negrusca, Kandilli Mezei, Wilder Schwarzkummel, fiore di Passione.

Distribution and Habitat - samanaturi grows grain, plowing, sowing and road edge on clay or sandy soils, from plains to mountains.

Description - annual species. Stems erect, slightly branched, usually glabra, 7-40 cm tall, green or gray-green. Leaves 2-3 cm long, 2-3 or sectors, with narrow linear Lacina. Foliolele tongue periantului wide ovate, 1.6-2 cm long, acuminate, blue, green on top, the sides with nervatiune reticulata, bluish-green, prominent. Nectarios yellow, green-blue, with unguicula wider, white and blue stripes cross. Blooming in June-September. Follicles 3-5 (8), back with 3 prominent veins which unite and continue in a beak, longalmost as follicle length. Neumflate follicles, Overgrown at the base only to as much as two thirds of its length, forming a capsule obconica, side wall or coarse glabra tubers. Seeds blackish brown to black. 2n = 12

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