Cicendia filiformis (L.) Delarbre

Species in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection

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Cicendia filiformis

Yellow centaury is a very tiny lovely, slender plant that grows in nutrient-poor, slightly acidic and sometimes saline soil, such as heath lands, dune slacks and around the edges of salt marshes. It germinates in the summer on soils that lie under water in the winter but dry up by summertime. That explains why it blossoms so late, compared to many other flowering plants. While the Netherlands used... © Copyright Ecomare (licence)

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