Natural Sciences – One in five Swiss plants bloom in Yverdon-les-Bains

Yverdon-les-Bains. One in five Swiss plants bloom in

A passionate amateur botanist, Pierre Steiner, set out five years ago to compile an inventory of the wild flora of Yverdon.

Fifty plants are missing

“Perennial Daisy is very common, but spectacular. Already because it flowers almost all year round.”

Pierre Steiner

Cinquefoil (Potentilla reptans) is one of the most common plants in Yverdon.  The authors of the list found this rosacea in each of the 64 areas on the 500 m side that divide the municipal area.  10 to 20 cm high, it is recognizable by its serrated leaves – usually five in number, sometimes seven – and its five yellow petals.
Not too surprisingly, the officinal dandelion (Taraxcum officinale Agar.) – also found in all regions – is also one of the common species.  5 to 30 cm high, it flowers mainly in April and May.
It is also a good discovery that this black colored anchovy (Aquilegia atrata), is also present in the same region.  This buttercup is similar to the common anchovy in that it has smaller flowers and a purple and no blue color.

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