For this edition of Macro Monday, I chose to show you a plant that in Romania grows naturally on uncultivated land, along railways and roadsides. It is a melliferous plant and with therapeutic value, being used in traditional medicine for antiseptic, antispasmodic, calming, emollient, healing properties. It is known as the viper’s bugloss. The flowers start pink and turn vivid blue and are 15–20 mm long.
Does this plant grow in your area?
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Stunning picture, I love how the background turned out.
Love this color, not familiar with the plant.
An amazing plant. I have not yet seen this plant in our country.