Originally from the arid soils of southern Africa. It grows up to 5 m in height, grey-green fleshy leaves, leaves on the edge are toothed or prickly, flowers in spikes up to 1 meter high. The name comes from the Arabic alloeh - bitter.
Aronia melanocarpa (Michx.)
Deciduous shrub, saw-shaped leaves, white five-petaled flowers, black-purple fruits. Originally from the eastern part of North America. Brought to Europe at the end of the 17th century.
Used part: fruits (fresh...
Folk and other names: marijuana, weed, spring of happiness, laughing tobacco, hashish, hemp
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