Moldavian Balm 50 fresh seeds, Dragonhead Seeds (Dracocephalum moldavica)

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Moldavian snakehead (lat. Dracocephalum moldavica)

Perennial, often annual plant, 15-50 cm high. The root is thin, taproot.

The stem is erect, tetrahedral, shortly pubescent, branched from the base, with long branches directed obliquely upward.

Leaves have short petioles, opposite, oblong-ovate or oblong-lanceolate, blunt-toothed at the edges, dark green; apical leaves lanceolate; The bracts are oblong-wedge-shaped.

Overgrown calyxes of the Moldavian snakehead; Inside there are fractional fruits, consisting of four single-seeded lobes. The flower of the Moldovan dragonhead, like other species of this genus, vaguely resembles the head of a snake (dragon).

The flowers are pale purple, on short pedicels in six-flowered false whorls. The calyx is short-haired, two-lipped; corolla 20-25 mm long, white or bluish-violet, pubescent on the outside.

Blooms in July - August. Fruits in August - September. It blooms 60-70 days after sowing and blooms for 45-50 days.
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