Solve, create, share and talk about jigsaw puzzles

๐ŸŒฟ๐ŸŒบ Pink greeting ๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒฟ

Bookmarked Bookmark Solve this jigsaw puzzle later
ShareShare with your friends
ReportReport as inappropriate
Solve puzzle
15 pieces
44 solves
Solve puzzle

Thanks for sharing. Here is your html-code:

Why are you reporting this puzzle?

Petasites hybridus
is a perennial plant that blooms with pink-red flowers on fleshy stems. At that time, it is interesting by the fact that it does not have green leaves that grow later and reach a span of more than 50 cm. Carpets of these striking leaves cover the banks of streams throughout the summer. Petasites is a medicinal plant, the rhizome is collected before flowers develop, acts as a remedy against convulsions, asthma, digestive problems and for the treatment of rheumatism
Why this advertisement?


Please sign in to comment. Don't have a profile? Join now! Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required.


Marina, it's a really interesting plant. These flowers are only about 20 cm high, later grow to a height of almost 60 cm and white fluff appears on them. At that time, the plant already has large leaves. As I wrote, we often connected them into the shape of a funnel and collected into them raspberries in the clearings in the forest. Sometimes we joked and put full of them red rowan berries. When we returned to our weekend house, the neighbors saw us from a distance and thought they were raspberries. They always wanted to know where we could find so many raspberries ... and we had a lot of "children" fun โ™ฅ:))


A very pretty and interesting plant. Thank you so much for the info about its medicinal character.


Dear Dasa, I came later yesterday, so I understand you very well. I'm glad I was able to show you something new and we enjoyed the view of spring flowers, which are a bit unusual. I hope you had a beautiful spring day, I look forward to seeing you my friend โ™ฅ:))


Jill, I'm glad our information is interesting to you, thank you for stopping by me โ™ฅ:))

Dear Deanna, hello, I gave up prematurely yesterday, so sorry. I really like all the photos. I don't know this flower, but it is beautiful and interesting. The weather was beautiful yesterday and it probably will be today. I hope it's with you too. Thanks for the beautiful spring pictures and have a nice day. I look forward to the next meeting. โ™ฅโ™ฅโ™ฅ


Love all three explanations/stories here. Thank you both


Nachtwacht, thank you very much for adding information about this plant. You reminded me of it, I remember it from my childhood. We didn't have a fridge in our weekend house, and Mom packed the butter in those leaves. We made them "containers" into which we collected raspberries, we also put them on our heads (with the stem turned up) in a sudden rain โ™ฅ:))


Maybe funny to know that the leaves stay relatively 'cold' even if the summer sun shines on them. In earlier days they therefore were used to wrap around butter to prevent it from melting.

Why this advertisement?