LATIN NAMEPastinaca sativa
AUTHORL.
SLOVENIAN NAMEnavadni rebrinec
ENGLISH NAMEwild parship
wild parsnip
GENUSPastinaca
FAMILY (LATIN)Apiaceae
FAMILY (SLOVENIAN)kobulnice
ORDERApiales
CLASSMagnoliopsida
PHYLUMMagnoliophyta
KINGDOMPlantae
FLOWERING TIME
PREVALENCEEvropa
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Pastinaca sativa
Pastinaca sativa

Common parsnip (Pastinaca sativa), easily found in meadows and on the sides of paths around the time of the second hay harvest, is one of the most frequent meadow plants, while Fleischmann's parsnip is a curiosity. It differs from common parsnip in that its leaves are bipinnate, more serrated and perhaps a darker shade of green. Apart from Ljubljana's castle hill, where it grew from 1819 to about 1840, no other habitat of Fleischmann's parsnip has ever been found.
Text: J. Bavcon
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