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Laciniate Nightshade

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Dulcamara Laciniado

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Laciniate Nightshade

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Laciniate Nightshades

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Dulcamara Laciniado

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Laciniate Nightshades

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Nightshade, Laciniate

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Dulcamara Laciniado

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Nightshade, Laciniate

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Nightshades, Laciniate

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Dulcamara Laciniado

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Nightshades, Laciniate

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Also known as German camomile, and originally found in Europe and northwest Asia. Nowadays it's widely cultivated in eastern Europe, especially Hungary. Matricaria camomile is an intensely fragrant herbaceous plant that grows to a height of sixty centimetres, with an erect stem, laciniate leaves and white flowers similar to those of the daisy.

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Es originaria de Europa y de Asia noroccidental. Hoy se cultiva ampliamente en Europa oriental, especialmente en Hungría. Se trata de una planta herbácea fuertemente aromática de hasta sesenta centímetros de altura, con tallo erecto, hojas laciniadas e inflorescencias blancas similares a las margaritas.

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