Cow Parsley (Anthriscus sylvestris) - Stock image

Europe, Fence, Meadow, Netherlands, Season

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Stock photo ID:183880809
Upload date:October 07, 2013

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'Medium to tall, rather robust, slightly hairy biennial or perennial, to 1.5m. Leaves dull green, 3-pinnate. Flowers white, 3-4mm, the umbels with 4-15 rays, without lower bracts. Fruit 7-10mm, short beaked, bristle at the base, brown or black when ripe.Habitat: Rough grassy places, generally at low altitudes.Flowering Season: April-June.Distribution: Throughout Europe, except the far North.Very common in the Netherlands; one of the earliest umbels to come into flower.Related images:'
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