Flora of Northern Ireland
  • Reseda luteola L. - Weld
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Reseda luteola
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Reseda luteola
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A frequent biennial weed of mineral soils on rubbish dumps and disturbed ground; especially abundant in old limestone quarries. The plant is tall with a long spike of small yellow flowers and with narrow wavy-edged leaves.

All names: Reseda luteola L.