Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare L.) is native to temperate regions of Europe and Asia, it has been introduced throughout the world and grows wild in North America. Most often it can be found in fields, pastures, and in roadside ditches, where it forms clumps of yellow flowers. Tansy is also known as bitter buttons, cow bitter, or golden buttons.
Three-Lobe Beggarticks Herb (Bidens tripartita L.) is native to most of Europe, east through the Mediterranean, northern Africa, temperate and tropical Asia to New Guinea. The plant can be found in damp places and near fresh water. It's commonly known as three-lobe beggartick, three-part beggarticks, leafy-bracted beggarticks or trifid bur-marigold.
Thyme Herb (Thymus serpyllum L.) is best cultivated in a hot, sunny location with well-drained soil. It’s also known by the common names of Breckland thyme, Breckland wild thyme, wild thyme, creeping thyme, or elfin thyme. It is used as border plants and ground cover around gardens and stone paths.
Water Pepper Herb (Persicaria hydropiper L.) is native to Europe, Asia, and North America. It is also known as water-pepper, water pepper or marshpepper knotweed and grows in damp places and shallow water. Water Pepper Herb is harvested in July and August, by cutting green, leafy shoots with flowers, halfway up the plant.
Wild Pansy Herb (Viola tricolor L.) is also known as Johnny Jump up, heartsease, heart's ease, heart's delight, tickle-my-fancy, Jack-jump-up-and-kiss-me, come-and-cuddle-me, three faces in a hood, or love-in-idleness. The plant is a common European wild flower. It blooms purple, blue, yellow or white.
Wood Betony (Stachys officinalis) grows in Europe, China, Asia, India, and in the USA. Most often it can be found in meadows, pastures, luminous glades and forest thickets. The plant is commonly known as common hedgenettle or bishop's wort. The plant can also have decorative functions and it blooms from June to September.
Wormwood (Artemisa absinthium L.) is indigenous to the temperate climate zones of Europe, Africa, and Asia. Today, it occurs throughout Europe and Asia in areas of temperate climate, moreover, in North and South America. It can be found in fields and balks, on the edges of roads and the forests. Other common names of the plant include absinthium, absinthe...
Yarrow (Achillea millefolium L.) originates from Europe and has adapted to the regions of North America as well as other moderate regions. Yarrow plant is also known as carpenter's weed, blood wort, knight's milfoil, old man's pepper.
Bladderwrack Black Rockweed (Fucus vesiculosus L.) is a type of seaweed known by the common names black tang, rockweed, sea oak, rock wrack. It can be found on the coasts of the North Sea, the western Baltic Sea, and some parts of the Atlantic and Pacific.
Cinquefoil (Comarum palustre L.) is a plant that grows in shallow waters throughout Europe, Asia, and North America. The plant is also called purple cinquefoil, marsh potentilla or purple marshlocks. Due to its characteristic appearance Cinquefoil is easy to recognize, at least when it is in flower, and it is well known to Finns.
Common Centaury Herb (Centaurium erythraea L.) or European Centaury is a plant widespread in Europe and parts of Asia and Africa. Common Centaury is known also as minor centaury, lesser centaury, centaury herb, feverwort. It can be found on meadows, forest clearings, on the roadsides. Due to the attractive appearance of the flowers (pink, clustered a few...
Common Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis L.), known also as drug fumitory, beggary, hedge fumitory or earth smoke, is a low shrub native to Central Europe and Asia. Its 'smoky' name came from pink, translucent flowers and grey leaves. From a distance, the plant can have the wispy appearance of smoke.