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Hypericum triquetrifolium is an annual plant forming a small delicate widely branched shrub, usually pyramid-shaped. The tangled stems are hairless and often bear numerous small black glands. The leaves are arranged on the stems in opposite pairs. The bright yellow flowers are borne near the ends of slender side branches. Individual flowers are 8 -10 mm wide with five yellow petals and numerous stamens united into three bundles.
Common in vineyards and fields.
Maltese name: Fexfiex tar-Raba'