Echium vulgare 100 PCS fresh seeds, Viper's Bugloss, Blueweed seeds, Perennial heirloom herb, Herb seeds, Flower herb
Viper's Bugloss, Blueweed seeds, Perennial medicinal heirloom herb, Herb seeds, Flower herb (lat. Echium vulgare).
The plant is up to 1 m tall, covered with prickly bristles with an admixture of small whitish-gray villi on a round, erect, usually simple stem.
The leaves are linear-lanceolate, pointed, up to 13 cm long and 1.5 cm wide, with one well-marked middle vein, sessile, only the lowest (dying off during flowering) are narrowed at the base into a short petiole.
The flowers are sessile, located on short lateral branches forming a narrow-lobed inflorescence along the stem. Blooms in summer. The nuts are brownish, obtuse.
It grows on dry slopes, along ravines in wastelands in forest and steppe zones. It grows as a weed in pastures, in crops, near housing and roads, sometimes it is bred near apiaries as a honey plant.