Hablitzia tamnoides (Caucasian Spinach)
Hablitzia tamnoides - It has green, heart-shaped leaves, often slightly crimped, but without serration or lobing, which taper to a narrow point, and sometimes have very soft, almost silky hairs on them. Leaf-surface is more or less matt, and the veins are arranged around a single, central axis. The stems are generally green, with noticeable ridges running their length and can be flushed red. The leaves are edible, similar to those of the related spinach. The flowers are individually quite small, a lighter green than the foliage, perhaps greenish-yellow, and like little five-pointed stars. The flowers appear from late May through July. The flowers have a noteworthy quality, and that is their scent. Famille: Amaranthaceae
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