Scientific Name - Reseda lutea
Synonyms - Maire nainii Reseda, Reseda Pourret ramosissima ex Willd.
Popular names - St Mary's lap, recall, rosette wild common Reseda, amorino giallo, guaderella, Erba gialla, gualdon, Reseda Amarilla.
Distribution and Habitat - originated in Europe, it grows on basic soils, fields, dry ribs, from 0 to 2000 m altitude.
Description - herbaceous annual, papilla or glabrous. Stems erect or ascending, 30-80 cm tall, branched from the base. Leaves alternate, the basal trifid, the middle double-fidate Ternate or 2-3 pinnate, the upper trifid with segments linear to lanceolate, margins wavy. Inflorescence raceme terminal, at first short, later elongated hermaphrodite flowers. Bracts obsolete. Peduncle 2-7 mm. Sepals 6, linear, unequal. Petals 6, greenish yellow, 3 mm, longer than sepals, obsolete, the superioare trilobite, with middle lobe linear, lower and narrower. Stamens 20, filaments filiform, with short hairs. Blooms in May and September. Oblonga fruit capsule ovate, 6-12 x 4.5-5.5 mm, erect, cropped top, with three short teeth. Seeds oval, smooth, glossy, dark brown.
Curiosity - Reseda luteola species is like having entire leaves and flowers with four petals.
Leaves in basal rosette, 5.12 x 1.5-3 mm, limb oblong-lanceolata, 1.3 mm peak cuspidata, dilated to the wing edges pinnate-lobate, 5 cm long stalks. Blossom wing, 20-40 cm, hispida, bracts 5-10 mm.
Herbaceous annual, voluble, mono. Strain pentagonal in section, 6 m high. Leaves alternate, 5-7 lobate, the cordata, acuminata peak or acute, margins iregulat needle, 5-7 ribs, limb 15 x 15 cm, 10 cm long, ribbed, hairy. Flowers monoecious, in axillary Cime, long-pedunculate, yellow, 8 cm in diameter.
Lychnis coronaria - the king's beard, flower wedding
Herbaceous biennial. Stem erect, silvery-pubescent, simple or branched, 30-80 cm high. Basal leaves are petiolate, oblong-lanceolata, spatulate, 5-10 cm x 10-25 mm, margins entire, top acute, the caulinare are Sesi, oblong-ovata, Hirsute, 5.12 cm long. Blossom panic terminal peduncle 10 cm long
Pedicularis rostrata-capitata - grows on alpine and subalpine meadows, cave sites, 1800-2400 m altitude.
Pedicularis rostrata-capital belongs to the family Orobanchaceae, which contain parasites or semiparazite, with or without chlorophyll, leaf bracteiforme.
Solanum lycopersicum - herbaceous plant annually. In Europe, Solanum lycopersicum, was introduced in the early sixteenth century. Joseph Pitton of Tournefort was first described in the genus Lycopersicon tomatoes.
Nigella arvensis - annual species, increases samanaturi grain, plowing, sowing and road edge on clay or sandy soils, from plains to mountains.