Photo: Aegopodium podagraria.

Botanical name: 

Flowering plant. More culinary than medicinal, you go get the small leaves when they are still very light green and use them as a potherb. Acquired taste (means I don't like it). Vantaa, Finland. Wild. 1992-06-01.

Aegopodium podagraria L.
Engl.: goutweed, bishop's elder, bishop's goutweed, bishopsweed, bishopswort, English masterwort, goatweed, ground ash, ground elder, herb Gerard, Jack-jump-about, pigweed, wild masterwort.
Deu.: Giersch, Geissfuss, Podagrakraut, Zipperleinskraut.
Suom.: vuohenputki.
Sven.: kirskål, kers, qualler, skvallerkål

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Photo: Aegopodium podagraria.

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