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“UPDATE: In a comment, Mariana from History of Greek Food pointed out that Fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium) is “found in the higher elevations of the Rhodope Mountains” where the shoots and leaves are eaten boiled.”
“Epilobium angustifolium is also found in the higher elevations of Rhodopi mountains.”
“I'm trying to learn the names of things in my back yard -- Epilobium, Black Phoebe, Coyote Brush, Cape Honeysuckle, Sticky-Monkey Flower, Old Man Sage.”
“A strong boreal element is typical of this ecoregion, characterized by such species as dwarf birch Betula glandulosa (I) and fireweed Epilobium angustifolium.”
“Fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium) found in the subalpine forest ecoregion of Waterton Lakes National Park.”
“Surface material deposits from glaciers and icefields form moraines which are colonized by lichens and mosses, horsetail Equisetum sp., willows Salix spp., fire weed Epilobium sp., and mountain avens Dryas drummondii.”
“These include McCann's skink (Oligosoma maccanni), various encrusting lichens, small cushion plants (Raoulia spp.), willowherbs (Epilobium spp.), and prostrate shrubs like Muehlenbeckia axillaries.”
“The alpine habitat above 4,000 m consists of compact herbs such as Ranuculus, Potentilla, Gentiana, and Epilobium, the grasses Poa and Deschampsia, and bryophytes and lichens.”
“Rosebay willow-herb (Epilobium angustifolium) (another Ninja)”
“In _Epilobium_, I have met with four perfect leaves at the summit of the ovary, in the place usually occupied by the sepals.”
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