Heracleum persicum

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Heracleum persicum, commonly known as Persian hogweed or simply hogweed,Golpar گلپر , is a polycarpic perennial herbaceous flowering plant in the carrot family Apiaceae, originally native to the region of Iran (Persia). It grows wild in humid mountainous regions in Iran, as well in some adjacent areas. As a spice, its common name in English is ‘angelica,’ although Heracleum species are distinct from the related genus Angelica. Having been introduced in the 1830s, it has spread across Scandinavia. It is now very common in northern Norway, where it is known as the Tromsø palm.The plant has also been spotted in Sweden. In Finland, it has been declared as invasive species.

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