Blaa ny feoghaig

She genus dy hey dooieyn 'sy chynney Apocynaceae ad blaaghyn ny feoghaig (Vinca). T'ad dooghyssagh da'n Europey, yn Affrick heear-hwoaie as yn Aishey hiar-yiass.[1][2][3]

Blaa ny feoghaig
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Rang oaylleeagh
Reeriaght: Plantae
Rheynn: Angiospermae
(neu-rheynnit): Eudicotyn
(neu-rheynnit): Asteridyn
Oardagh: Gentianales
Kynney: Apocynaceae
Genus: Vinca
L.
Dooieyn

Vinca difformis
Vinca erecta
Vinca herbacea
Vinca major
Vinca minor
Vinca pubescens

Jalloo-oaylleeaghtEdit

She lus lussagh t'ayn. Ta gish snauee 1-2m er lhiurid oc, cha nel ny smoo na 20-70cm erskyn y thallooin. T'ad cur magh fraueyn dy mennick my t'ad bentyn rish y thalloo, as myr shen ta'n lus skeaylley dy lheead. Ta duillagyn sleeanagh dys oochrooagh piyral oc, mysh 1-9cm er lhiurid as 0.5-6cm er lheead. Ta kiare dooieyn sheer-ghlass, agh ta V. herbacea yn-lhoamey.[4][5]

T'ad cur magh blaaghyn car ny bleeaney. T'ad jiarg-ghorrym son y chooid smoo, agh bane ny keayrtyn. Ta queig petyllyn kianglt ec y vun dys çhoob. She piyr dy 'alacailjyn eh y mess oc.[4][5]

ImraaghynEdit

  1. Flora Europaea: Vinca
  2. EuroMed Plantbase Project: Vinca
  3. Flora of Pakistan: Vinca
  4. 4.0 4.1 Blamey, M.; Grey-Wilson, C. (1989). Flora of Britain and Northern Europe (Baarle). Hodder & Stoughton.
  5. 5.0 5.1 (1992) "4", ayns Huxley, A.: New RHS Dictionary of Gardening (Baarle). Macmillan, 664-665.