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  1. Beautiful composition and light, Lars! Posted one year ago
    1. Thanks a lot, Ferdy Posted one year ago

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''Geum urbanum'', also known as wood avens, herb Bennet, colewort and St. Benedict's herb , is a perennial plant in the rose family , which grows in shady places in Europe and the Middle East.

Usually reaching a height between 20 and 60 cm, wood avens blooms between May and August, and its flowers are 1 – 2 cm in diameter, having five bright yellow petals. The hermaphrodite flowers are scented and pollinated by bees. The fruits have burrs, which are used for dispersal by getting caught.. more

Similar species: Rosales
Species identified by Lars Korb
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Uploaded Jul 13, 2018.