THALICTRUM L. - MEADOW-RUE
Perennial herbs often rhizomatous. Leaves sheathing, stipulate, basically ternate, the divisions pinnate, bipinnate or ternate. Flowers in panicles or racemes. Perianth uniseriate, the segments (tepals) usually caducous. Stamens numerous. Fruit a group of sessile or stipitate, ribbed, angled or winged achenes.
Davis PH, Coode MJE & Cullen J (1965). Thalictrum L., In: Davis PH (ed.), Flora of Turkey and the East Aegean Islands, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, 1: 199.
Thalictrum, commonly known as “meadow-rue”, is native mostly to temperate regions. There are approximately 157 species in the world and 9 species (11 taxa) in Türkiye. They are herbaceous perennial plants with often brightly white, yellow, pink or pale purple flowers. They are usually found in shaded or damp locations.
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