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Filipendula ulmaria

Filipendula ulmaria

Filipendula ulmaria (L.) Maxim. Engl.: meadowsweet, queen of the meadow, brideswort, bridewort, English meadowsweet, European meadowsweet. Deu.: Grosses Mädesüss, Mädesüss, Geissbart, Johanniswedel, Krampfkraut. Suom.: mesiangervo. Sven.: älggräs, älgört, mjödört. Fran.: reine des près. Ital.: olmaria. Bot. syn.: Filipendula denudata (J. & K. Presl) Rydb., Spiraea ulmaria L.

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Photo: Filipendula ulmaria 11.

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Green seeds. Korkeasaari, Helsinki, Finland. Wild. 2004-08-11.

Photo: Filipendula ulmaria 10.

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Green seeds. Korkeasaari, Helsinki, Finland. Wild. 2004-08-11.

Photo: Filipendula ulmaria 9.

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Flowering tops. Helsinki bot.g., (Kump.), Finland. Planted. 2003-07-18.

Photo: Filipendula ulmaria 8.

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Flowers. Helsinki bot.g., (Kump.), Finland. Planted. 2003-07-18.

Photo: Filipendula ulmaria 7.

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Flowering tops. Helsinki bot.g., (Kump.), Finland. Planted. 2003-07-18.

Photo: Filipendula ulmaria 6.

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Closeup of frosted flower. Turku, Finland. Wild. 2000-09-15.

Photo: Filipendula ulmaria 5.

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Frosted flowering plant. Turku, Finland. Wild. 2000-09-15.

Photo: Filipendula ulmaria 4.

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Closeup of seedhead. Säppi, Finland. Wild. 2000-08-15.

Photo: Filipendula ulmaria 2.

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Flowering plants. Helsinki bot.g. (Kump.), Finland. Planted. 2000-07-14.

Photo: Filipendula ulmaria.

Taxonomy extra:
Closeup of flower. It used to be called Spiraea ulmaria. Salicylic acid got its name from willow (Salix), and Aspirin got its name from acetylsalicylic acid + spirea (this plant). Vantaa, Finland. Wild. 1992-07-01.

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