Dyer's Greenweed 20 fresh seeds. Genista Tinctoria seeds

Oreshka seeds
Gorse, or bloodthirsty gorse (lat. Genista tinctoria)

Shrub 50-150 cm high. Branches are bare, directed upward. The leaves are linear or lanceolate, acute, wedge-shaped at the base.

The flowers are yellow, on short stalks, at the ends of branches in dense racemes; moth corolla. The fruit is a linear, bare, slightly curved bean. The seeds are black-brown, elliptical, slightly shiny.

Blooms in June-July. The fruits ripen in August–September. It grows in dry forests, on their edges, in forests, among bushes, on hillsides, mainly on limestone or sandy soil. Photophilous, tolerates light shading. Wind resistant. Undemanding to soil conditions.

USDA Hardiness Zone: 4 (-34°C to -29°C).
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