ดอกขจร Cowslip creeper

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Leaf
The Cowslip has single heart-shaped leaves growing in pairs. The leaf is about 4-7.5 cm wide and about 6–11 cm long with smooth underside. Thickness of the leaf is very small, veins can be clearly seen. The stem is about 1.2–2 cm long.
Flower
Cowslip creeper leaves
The flowers of the Cowslip blooms as a bouquet consisting of about 10-20 flowers. The greenish-yellow flower has a strong fragrance especially in the evening. It has a diameter of about 1.5 cm with 5 petals and 5 stamens which is connected to each other and to the pistils. Blooming season of the Cowslip is March–May although sometimes in July–October.
Cowslip flowers
Fruit
The fruit of the Cowslip is smooth, green and round with pointy ends. The inside contains large amount of flat seeds with white fluff attached to the end. The produce season is around June–August.
Uses
Cowslip in fried egg
The top, fruit and flowers can all be consumed as vegetables, or cooked in dishes. The top is believed to be the most nutritious. The flower is used in desserts and for ornamental purposes in bouquets and wreaths. The plant’s vines are tough and can be used as rope. The wood can be used for construction in some cases. The plant has also been used for traditional medicinal purposes, as an antipyretic, an antidote for poison, a tranquilizer, and for the relief of backbone pain.

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Description

The Cowslip is classified as a creeper that can climb as far as 2–5 meters. The vine is small, round and very tough. As the tree is older, the vine will change from green to brown. The top is covered with dense white bush that can cover other trees completely. The Cowslip is reproduced by cutting or seeding. It can grow in airy soil and in bright sunlight. It can be found in dry evergreens, mixed deciduous forests, grove woods and dry dipterocarp forests all over Thailand.Package have 20 seeds.

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