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Dracocephalum moldavica

Dracocephalum moldavica

Dracocephalum moldavica L. Engl.: Moldavian dragonhead, dragonhead, Moldavian balm, Moldavian dragon's head. Deu.: Türkischer Drachenkopf, Moldavische Melisse. Suom.: tuoksuampiaisyrtti. Sven.: turkisk drakblomma, turkisk meliss. Bot. syn.: Moldavica moldavica (L.) Britt.

Lemony teaherbs.

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Henriette's herbal blog: Of lemon balm and Moldavian dragonhead.

Photo: Dracocephalum moldavica 4.

Closeup of white flower. MTT Karila research station, Mikkeli, Finland. Planted. 2001-08-13.

Photo: Dracocephalum moldavica 3.

Flowering plants, blue and white side by side. MTT Karila research station, Mikkeli, Finland. Planted. 2001-08-13.

Photo: Dracocephalum moldavica.

Flowering plant. This one has the taste (and scent) of lemon balm, Melissa officinalis, but this one keeps for more than half a year. The tincture of this keeps longer than a year, too. Annala, Helsinki, Finland. Planted. 1999-07-01.

Photo: Dracocephalum moldavica 1.

Closeup of flower. Annala, Helsinki, Finland. Planted. 1999-07-01.


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