Teucrium montanum L.

Species in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection

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Mountain Germander

Teucrium montanum, the mountain germander, is a germander native to southern Europe, from Spain eastward to Turkey. It forms shrubs about a foot high, with small leaves no more than an inch across, and petals blooming yellowish white. On south-facing mountain slopes, it can be found as far up as 2400 meters in the Alps. The plant was known to the ancient Greeks, one of several plants named χαμαίπι... © Wikipedia authors and editors (licence)

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