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Common Marshmallow, bijeli sljez

Althaea officinalis


Family Malvaceae, herbaceous, perennial plant, has a tap-shaped, woody root, whitish yellow outside, white and fibrous within. Its stems are erect, simple or with a few lateral branches. Leaves are thick, shortly petioled, ovate and heart-shaped, slightly toothed and covered with fine, dense hairs on both sides. The flowers are large, five-petaled, pale pink or pale purple in color.


flood meadow near lake

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Lat: 43.90, Long: 15.59

Spotted on Jul 14, 2013
Submitted on Jul 16, 2013

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