Epipactis palustris 100+ PCS fresh seeds, marsh helleborine, Herb seeds

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Dremlik bolotny (lat. Epipactis palustris).

Herbaceous plant; a species of the genus Dremlik (Epipactis) of the Orchid family (Orchidaceae). A perennial herbaceous plant 30-70 cm tall . The rhizome is long, stolonoid, branched, creeping, with adventitious roots. The stem is slightly pubescent at the top, light green or pinkish in color.

The leaves are alternate, oblong-lanceolate, pointed, 10-20 cm long, longer than the internodes; the upper leaves are smaller, similar to bracts.

Blooms in the tenth — eleventh year of life. Inflorescence is a brush consisting of six to twenty drooping flowers with long bracts. Lip without a spur, oblong, folded-wrinkled, divided into two parts, white, with purple hairs. The ovary is straight, pubescent.

The nectar of the dormouse has a stupefying property, which allows it to attract insects for pollination, mainly wasps (mainly the genus Eumenes), bumblebees, ants; sometimes self-pollination is observed. Blooms in June — July, and bears fruit in September.
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