Dipsacus pilosum L. 30+ PCS fresh seeds, Dipsacus pilosus, Small teasel, Lesser Teasel, Goldfinches food, Wild Teasel, Flower seeds
Dipsacus pilosus, Small teasel, Lesser Teasel, Goldfinches food, Wild Teasel (lat. Dipsacus pilosum L.)
A two-year-old herbaceous plant, whose height can vary between 50 centimeters and 150 cm. The stem of this plant is straight, almost naked and also furrowed-granulated. The leaves of this plant will be thin-skinned, their outlines are ovoid, while the lower leaves will be on longer petioles. The uppermost leaves of the hairy villi are often endowed with two small lateral lobes, as well as the final large one. The head will be spherical in shape, it is located on a bristly leg, its diameter will be about 12-17 cm. Actually, such a head will initially be drooping, the leaves of the wrapper are leathery and lanceolate. The bedspread is devoid of grooves, it will be jagged at the top. The flowers of the hairy villi are colored in yellowish-white tones, they are funnel-shaped, and their length will be about 8-10 mm. The stems of this plant are colored in dark purple tones. The flowering of this plant falls on the month of July, and the ripening of the fruits will begin in August.