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2014.06.10 무릉도원 (경기.부천)
학명 filipendula vulgaris
분포 식물원 재배
꽃말 회춘, 당신을 잡아둔다.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about the plant in the Rosaceae family. For the plants in the Apiacae family, see Water dropwort.
Filipendula vulgaris, commonly known as dropwort or fern-leaf dropwort, is a perennial herb of the family
Rosaceae closely related to Meadowsweet.
It is found in dry pastures across much of Europe and central and northern Asia mostly on lime.
The genus name comes from Latin filum ("thread") and pendulus ("hanging") in reference to the root tubers that hang
from the roots in some species. Specific epithet means common.[clarification needed] The common English name
"dropwort" comes from the tubers that hang like drops from the root.
It has finely-cut, radical leaves, fern-like in appearance which form a basal rosette, and an erect stem 20–50
centimetres (8–20 in) tall bearing a loose terminal inflorescence of small creamy white flowers.
The flowers appear in dense clusters from late spring to mid summer atop sparsely leafed stems about 30 cm tall.
This plant prefers full sun to partial shade. It is more tolerant of dry conditions than most other members of its genus.
It is a perennial of chalk and limestone downs and on heaths on other basic rocks.
Propagation is by seed and the division of the creeping roots.
The tuberous roots and young leaves can be cooked as a vegetable or eaten raw as a salad.
The taste is bitter sweet. Mature leaves smell of oil of Wintergreen when crushed, due to the release of methyl salicylate.
Filipendula vulgaris flowers have been used in the traditional Austrian medicine internally as tea for treatment of rheumatism,
gout, infections, and fever.
1.^ The Plant List: A Working List of All Plant Species, retrieved 22 May 2016
2.^ C A Stace, Interactive Flora of the British Isles, a Digital Encyclopaedia: Filipendula vulgaris. ISBN 90-75000-69-3. (Online version)
3.^ Dropwort Wildflower finder UK, RW Darlington. Accessed July 2013
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