Bunias orientalis L., SE: Ryssgubbe, DE: Orientalisches Zackenschötchen,
NL: Grote hardvrucht, UK: Turkish wartycabbage
|| ||Bunias orientalis L.|
|| ||Orientalisches Zackenschötchen|
|| ||Grote hardvrucht|
|| ||Turkish wartycabbage|
|| ||Brassicaceae - Cruciferae, Mustard family, Korsblommiga växter|
|| ||Biennial, perennial forb|
|| ||Height 60–100 cm |
|| || lower leaves with sharply-pointed lobes, up to 12' long, and not clasping; upper leaves smaller; all somewhat hairy|
|| ||Regular (actinomorphic). 4 yellow petals, 4–7 mm long; 4 sepals, greenish, clearly shorter than petals; pistil two fused carpels; 6 stamens six, two of them short, four long.yellow, 4-parted, 1/3"-1/2" wide; inflorescence several, loose clusters (racemes) of stalked, fragrant flowers|
|| ||June July|
|| ||Disturbed habitats, along roads and railways |
Derivation of the botanical name:
Bunias, name used by Dioscorides.
orientalis, "eastern", "oriental"; of the East.
- The standard author abbreviation L. is used to indicate Carl Linnaeus (1707 – 1778), a Swedish botanist, physician, and zoologist, the father of modern taxonomy.