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Heart-shaped Linden (aka small-leaved Linden) from the Linden family is a durable tree with a height of not more than 30 m with a wide-spreading crown. Linden grows everywhere, and therefore, if you are a big fan of sweets, feel free to open the map and look for the nearest lime grove, as surely there is an apiary near it, where you can taste the extremely delicious Linden honey!
Peppermint, also known as cool mint and peppermint, is a perennial herb of the Lamiaceae family. You will not find it in the forest, because it is a cultivated plant and does not occur in the wild. Only it does not matter: you can plant peppermint in your garden, and with proper care this plant will thank you in full for its healing properties.
Liquorice or Glycyrrhiza glabra. It is a perennial herb with a strong root system forming a deep-seated and complex underground network. Leaves are imparipinnate, flowers are white and purple gathered in sparse axillary racemes. Fruits are oblong with 1-8 seed beans. The entire underground part of the plant is gathered as the raw material called liquorice.
The early efflorescent primrose is also called cowslip or young rams. Small perennial plant of Primulaceae family with short rhizome covered with numerous thin roots. All leaves are basal and ovate. The flower arrow bears the inflorescence as a simple umbel. The flowers are large, bright yellow; in some European countries primrose is called cowslip because its inflorescence looks like a bunch of keys.
Lungwort officinalis belongs to Boraginaceae family. This is a perennial plant that starts effloresce as soon as the snow is melted; it may be found everywhere, in the woods and ravines, in the bushes and along the river banks. At the beginning of blooming its flowers are pink-crimson turning blue-purple by the end of blooming, such a flower chameleon. The lungwort flower looks like a bell. The height is not more than 35 centimeters. The lungwort composition includes tannins, carotene, mucus, alkaloids, cevitamic acid, saponins and tannins.
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