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Family: RANUNCULACEAE 

 Eranthis hyemalis

RANUNCULOPSIDA

 
  
Author:  Richard Anthony Salisbury 1807
Family:  Ranunculaceae
Habitat:  France, Italy, Balkan
Soil:  Mix
Water:  Maximum
Sun:  Minimum
Thickness:  2,5 centimetres
Height:  5 centimetres
Flower:  Yellow
Reproduction:  Seeds/Bulbs
Pop names:  Erantis
Synonyms:  Helleborus hyemalis Linnaeus 1753. Cammarum hyemale (L.) Greene, Eranthis cilicicus Schott & Kotschy, Helleborus hyemalis Linnaeus
Got it from:  Roskilde, Danmark
Year:  2004

Wild ones, and the seeds.

 

   This member of the Ranunculaceae family was described by Carl Linnaeus under the name Helleborus hyemalis in 1753, and later in 1807 by Richard Anthony Salisbury. It is found in France, Italy and in the Balkan (and is spread a lot by humans), growing in woods. It flowers with the rather large yellow flowers in the late winter. The stem will reach for 5 centimetres, the bulbs are up to 2,5 centimetres. It can be reproduced both by seeds and bulbs.

This is a winter-grower, or real early spring-grower.

  

The fruit.

Kingdom SubKingdom SuperDivision Division SubDivision Class SubClass SuperOrder Order Family Genus Species
PLANTAE Tracheophyta

Spermatophytes

Magnoliophyta Magnoliophytina

Ranunculopsida

Ranunclidae

Ranunculanae

Ranunculales

Ranunculaceae

Eranthis

hyemalis