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Blessed thistle is an erect annual with a slender red spiny stem growing up to 0. The leaves are amplexicaul clasping the stem , somewhat decurrent, leathery, with the irregular teeth of the wavy margin ending in spines. The upper leaves are sessile; the lower ones petioled. The flower heads are yellow and surrounded by spine-tipped bracts. The whole plant, leaves, stalks and also the flowerheads, are covered with a thin down. Blessed thistle originated in the Mediterranean region.

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The species name Benedictus is the subject of speculation. The thick tap-root ends in a basal rosette with lanceolate, serrated leaves, from which rises the 40 to 60 cm high, hairy, five-edged stem. The light green leaves are long and narrow, clutching the dull green stem, with prominent pale veins, the irregular teeth of the wavy margin ending in spines. The yellow flower heads sit apically in a calycle with pinnatifid thorns. The thorns are connected to each other by spiders-web-like hairs.

Blessed Thistle is native to the Mediterranean region and thrives especially on dry, sunny waste dumps and waste lands at elevations up to metres. The plant is cultivated north of the Alps but can also be found growing wild there. To produce the mother tincture, A. The plant is harvested in July and August. Blessed Thistle herb. Vogel remedies, nutritional products and health literature can be found in many countries.

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We are working on a subset of plants in the PFAF database identified as having the most potential for inclusion in such designs. We are adding search terms and icons to those plants pages, and providing a range of search options aligned to categories of plants and crop yields, with Help facilities including videos. Cnicus microcephalus. Cnicus pseudo-benedictus. Epitrachys microcephala. Cultivated Beds;. Flower heads, harvested before the flowers open, have been used as a globe artichoke Cynara cardunculus substitute[].

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The species name Benedictus is the subject of speculation. The thick tap-root ends in a basal rosette with lanceolate, serrated leaves, from which rises the 40 to 60 cm high, hairy, five-edged stem. The light green leaves are long and narrow, clutching the dull green stem, with prominent pale veins, the irregular teeth of the wavy margin ending in spines. The yellow flower heads sit apically in a calycle with pinnatifid thorns. The thorns are connected to each other by spiders-web-like hairs. Blessed Thistle is native to the Mediterranean region and thrives especially on dry, sunny waste dumps and waste lands at elevations up to metres.

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