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Flowering plants this month
Autumn Buttercup (Ranunculus ballatus, Ċfolloq)
Late Narcissus (Narcissus serotinus, Narċis Imwaħħar)
This bulbous plant is commonly found in garrigue habitats. The white star-shaped flowers may be encountered in a short period during Autumn, whereby the leaves develop after the flower blooms.
Maltese Fleabane (Chiliadenus bocconei, Tulliera ta’ Malta)
The endemic Maltese Fleabane, is a small bush with a woody stem, which flowers between August and November and so, it is visited by numerous bees and wasps during the summer season, when few other wild flora are in bloom. The 50c of the old Malta currency, used to depict the Maltese Fleabane.
Pine Spurge (Euphorbia pinea, Tengħud Komuni)
The spurge plant is quite common and is found growing on garrigue and rocky steppes. The flowers in yellow bunches appear between February and November. The leaves are long and narrow and are something reddish.
Stemless Atractylis (Atractylis gummifera, Xewk tal-Mixta)
This flower, found growing from August to December in garrigue habitats, is identified by a solitary purple flower on the ground. The flowers are found after the leaves are withered and before new ones appear.