Lathraea

This spreading perennial, also known as Toothwort, is originally found in the damp woods and streamside meadows of southwestern Europe. This plant grows as a parasite on the roots of Willow or Poplar trees. This plant doesn't produce true leaves; rather, they grow as fleshy scales on the rhizomes. Toothworts produce hooded, tubular, 2-lipped, purpl...
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Lathraea

Lathraea is a genus of leafless herbaceous plants belonging to the family Orobanchaceae. They are natives of Europe and temperate Asia, and are parasitic on the roots of certain trees.
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Lathraea

Lathraea japonica Lathraea purpurea Lathraea rhodopea Lathraea (toothwort) is a small genus of five to seven species of flowering plants, native to temperate Europe and Asia. They are parasitic plants on the roots of other plants, and are completely lacking chlorophyll. They are classified in the family Orobanchaceae. The toothwort is a protocarni...
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