Willow Gentian in Bieszczady Mountains

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Willow Gentian in Bieszczady Mountains
Created On: Sep 1, 2011
Last Edited On: Oct 14, 2017

Willow Gentian in Bieszczady Mountains - Poland

Willow Gentian ( Gentiana asclepiadea) is a popular plant in the Carpathian Mountains. It can reach even 1 meter in height. Willow gentian is a protected species. The plant is poisonous and has a bitter taste, which is a deterrent for wildlife.
 
Willow Gentian
Willow Gentian ( Gentiana asclepiadea – in Polish: Goryczka trojesciowa). View towards the top of Mount Tarnica – 1364 m.
 
Mount Tarnica - Our hike – August 23, 2011.
 On the slope of Mount Szeroki Wierch

 
On the slope of Mount Bukowe Berdo ( 1312 m)
 On the slope of Mount Bukowe Berdo ( 1312 m)
 
On the slope of Mount Bukowe Berdo ( 1312 m)
 On the slope of Mount Bukowe Berdo ( 1312 m)

 
On the slope of Mount Tarnica (1346 m)
 On the slope of Mount Tarnica (1346 m)
 
On the slope of Mount Bukowe Berdo ( 1312 m)
 On the slope of Mount Bukowe Berdo ( 1312 m)
 
Willow Gentian
 On the slope of Mount Krzemień
 
Photographing the Willow Gentian
 Photographing the Willow Gentian
 
Willow Gentian
 These fields of Willow Gentian ( Gentiana asclepiadea) cover Mount Mala Rawka (1268 m)
 
Mount Tarnica - Our hike – August 23, 2011.
 On the slope of Mount Szeroki Wierch






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