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Cypress Spurge / Обикновена млечка

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injica 11 years ago

of course I was speaking about Rosa x damascena! Crazy expensive oil, where the majority on my money goes ;) Really haven't seen rose fields and living in Bulgaria-terrible terrible!!! :)

Atanas Tanev
Atanas Tanev 11 years ago

Nah, I'm sure it won't be permanent. Now I'm quite busy and don't have time for longer walks and the plants in the capital usualy are very common, cosmopolites and/or ruderal species.
About the export of wild herbs I'm not informed of the statute of our country, but to tell you a little secret - every plant is a herb, you must only know the right dose. :)
About the roses, although we have around 31 species, you probably are speaking for the oil giving species and hybrids from section Gallicanae and maybe more specifically for Rosa x damascena var. trigintipetala. I actually haven't seen a rose field in my life, and I'm not a big fan of them so I can't promise anything.

injica 11 years ago

Nice :) I guess it will be a problem for us now to have any different spotting :D at least when it comes to plants! Had no idea that Bulgaria had such a similar biodiversity, aren't you the number one in export of wild herbs? The only think I definitely know that is unique is The rose :) you have to take a pic of it :)

Atanas Tanev
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Atanas Tanev

СОФИЯ, Югозападен район за планиране, Bulgaria

Spotted on Apr 18, 2013
Submitted on Apr 19, 2013

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