St. Johnswort, Common (Hypericum perforatum)St. Johnswort, Common (Hypericum perforatum)
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St. Johnswort, Common (Hypericum perforatum) - 01b

St. Johnswort, Common (Hypericum perforatum) - 01b
(St. Johnswort, Common (Hypericum perforatum) - 01b) The five petaled flowers of the St. Johnswort each measure about 3/4 of an inch in diameter.  There are usually several flowers growing or developing in a cyme at the end of the branches and stem.  As an example, on the left side of the photo is a branch with one open flower and several buds.
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