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Pink butterbur plant with its giant elephant-ear appearance leaves. Medicinal leaves
Butterburs with large rhubarb-like leaves. The largest wild European plant
Cluster of butterbur plant with its heart-shaped or kidney-shaped leaves. Riverside plant. Pro-health plant
Huge butterbur leaf texture. A plant that is common in Poland, and most occur in the Carpathian mountain on a watterloggrd areas
Close-up view a large leaf of butterbur, pestilence wort, Petasites hybridus and little branch with  white flowers. Summer sunny day. Defocused background. Concept of landscape and nature.
Petasites japonicus, also known as butterbur, giant butterbur, great butterbur and sweet-coltsfoot in early spring
Butterbur is a shrub that grows in Europe and parts of Asia and North America. The name, butterbur, is attributed to the traditional use of its large leaves to wrap butter in warm weather.
Butterbur is a shrub that grows in Europe and parts of Asia and North America. The name, butterbur, is attributed to the traditional use of its large leaves to wrap butter in warm weather.
Butterbur is a shrub that grows in Europe and parts of Asia and North America. The name, butterbur, is attributed to the traditional use of its large leaves to wrap butter in warm weather.
Butterbur is a shrub that grows in Europe and parts of Asia and North America. The name, butterbur, is attributed to the traditional use of its large leaves to wrap butter in warm weather.
Butterbur is a shrub that grows in Europe and parts of Asia and North America. The name, butterbur, is attributed to the traditional use of its large leaves to wrap butter in warm weather.
Butterbur is a shrub that grows in Europe and parts of Asia and North America. The name, butterbur, is attributed to the traditional use of its large leaves to wrap butter in warm weather.
Butterbur is a shrub that grows in Europe and parts of Asia and North America. The name, butterbur, is attributed to the traditional use of its large leaves to wrap butter in warm weather.
Butterbur is a shrub that grows in Europe and parts of Asia and North America. The name, butterbur, is attributed to the traditional use of its large leaves to wrap butter in warm weather.
Butterbur is a shrub that grows in Europe and parts of Asia and North America. The name, butterbur, is attributed to the traditional use of its large leaves to wrap butter in warm weather.
Butterbur is a shrub that grows in Europe and parts of Asia and North America. The name, butterbur, is attributed to the traditional use of its large leaves to wrap butter in warm weather.
Butterbur is a shrub that grows in Europe and parts of Asia and North America. The name, butterbur, is attributed to the traditional use of its large leaves to wrap butter in warm weather.
Common Butterbur (Petasites hybridus) with its huge characteristic leaves resembling an umbrellas. Herbal nedicine plant
Huge leaves of butterbur  Petasítes hýbridus on the banks of the river
Huge leaves of butterbur  Petasítes hýbridus on the banks of the river
Still small butterbur leaf photo
Illustration of butterbur with leaves.
Petasites japonicus, also known as butterbur, giant butterbur, great butterbur and sweet-coltsfoot in early spring
Lush green fresh butterbur leaves growing wildly in the forest.
Selective focus of Petasites hybridus leaves growing along the pond, Commonly Butterbur is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the daisy family Asteraceae, Nature greenery pattern background.
Selective focus of Petasites hybridus leaves growing along the pond, Commonly Butterbur is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the daisy family Asteraceae, Nature greenery pattern background.
Wild butterbur leaves overgrown with lush
Japanese butterbur leaf. A photo of the leaves. One side of butterbur leaf.A photo processed in black and white.
Japanese butterbur leaf. A photo of the leaves. One side of butterbur leaf.
close up of a single leaf of Wild rhubarb or butterbur (Petasites vulgaris) on a natural green hedge background
Butterbur leaves that grow lush in spring
Closeup of white butterbur flowers (Petasites albus) in a forest, brown leaves on the ground, sunny day in springtime
Petasites is a genus of flowering plants in the sunflower family, Asteraceae, that are commonly referred to as butterburs and coltsfoots. leaves
leaves of butterbur or pestilence wort. Petasites hybridus, the butterbur, is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the daisy family Asteraceae, native to Europe and northern Asia.
Saba no Oshizushi, butterbur leaf roll
Saba no Oshizushi, butterbur leaf roll
Saba no Oshizushi, butterbur leaf roll
Petasites japonicus, also known as butterbur, giant butterbur, great butterbur and sweet-coltsfoot in early spring
Petasites japonicus, also known as butterbur, giant butterbur, great butterbur and sweet-coltsfoot in early spring
butterbur, leaves and infrutescences, Petasites hybridus, Asteraceae
Many lush butterbur leaves taken from directly above
Large green leaves leaf butterbur (Petasites officinalis) of a garden plant
Fresh green leaves for background in natural habitat during daytime
Petasites is a genus of flowering plants in the sunflower family, Asteraceae, that are commonly referred to as butterburs and coltsfoots. leaves
Petasites hybridus, butterbur. Petasites hybridus, the butterbur, is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the family Asteraceae, native to Europe and northern Asia.
Backlit closeup of Butterbur leaves in sunlight. The texture, veins and shape are clearly visible. Some leaves are translucent from the sunlight.
Mockup of green round butterbur leaves and rectangular title frame
Blooming yellow flower butterbur Petasites spurius, growing in a botanical garden, Lithuania
Warabi bracken , fuki japanese butterbur in spring.
Petasites japonicus, also known as butterbur, giant butterbur, great butterbur and sweet-coltsfoot, is an herbaceous perennial plant in the family Asteraceae. Can be eaten.
Butterbur flower growing on a river bank. An early spring flower which likes moist damp ground
Watercolor painting of butterbur leaves
close-up of young plants of blossoming white butterbur (petasites albus) in the forest
Blossom of wild growing white butterbur (petasites albus) herb with white composite flowers and fresh green leaves in the spring sunny forest, natural outdoor floral background
Selective focus of young leaves of Petasites hybridus growing along the pond, Commonly Butterbur is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the daisy family Asteraceae, Spring nature background.
White water lily water reflection  with leaves in front in Budapest Füvészkert
Butterbur shoot in early spring
Petasites japonicus, also known as butterbur, giant butterbur, great butterbur and sweet-coltsfoot, is an herbaceous perennial plant in the family Asteraceae
Japanese butterbur = “Fuki” A kind of vegetable that sometimes used in Japanese cooking.
a muskrat is harving butterbur in a creek (ondatra zibethicus)
Beautiful lonely white water lotus flower between green leaves
a small reddish brown mongrel dog lies on the beach in the shade of large butterbur leaves and enjoys the summer
Butterbur flower growing on a river bank. An early spring flower which likes moist damp ground
Butterbur shoot is a bittersweet wild vegetable grown in spring.
Butterbur scape. A dioecious perennial plant of the Asteraceae family native to Japan. Spring wild begetables and medicinal.
Butterbur scape. A dioecious perennial plant of the Asteraceae family native to Japan. Spring wild begetables and medicinal.
Butterbur scape. A dioecious perennial plant of the Asteraceae family native to Japan. Spring wild begetables and medicinal.
Butterbur scape. A dioecious perennial plant of the Asteraceae family native to Japan. Spring wild begetables and medicinal.
Butterbur scape. A dioecious perennial plant of the Asteraceae family native to Japan. Spring wild begetables and medicinal.
Petasites. The first spring flower is butterbur, pollinated by the bumblebee. Selective focus
Blooming butterbur (Petasites, Coltsfootsin) in the spring forest. Medicinal plant in natural habitat
Petasites hybridus, the butterbur, is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the family Asteraceae, native to Europe and northern Asia.
Fluffy seeds of the butterbur (latin name: Petasites hybridus) by the stream in western Serbia
Fluffy seeds of the butterbur (latin name: Petasites hybridus) by the stream in western Serbia
Wild rhubarb or butterbur (Petasites vulgaris) and nettles on a natural green hedge background
Japanese Butterbur grows high in the mountains among the pines. Spring flowers. Vertical orientation.
Blossom of medicinal plant butterbur (Petasites hybridus) isolated on white background
Petasites japonicus, also known as butterbur, giant butterbur, great butterbur and sweet-coltsfoot, herbaceous perennial plant in family Asteraceae
Watercolor Japanese butterbur and sprout
Close-up of large butterbur leaf
Green butterbur with perforated leaves
Japanese butterbur in spring hokkaido
Japanese butterbur in spring hokkaido
Japanese butterbur in spring hokkaido
Japanese butterbur in spring hokkaido
Japanese butterbur in spring hokkaido
Japanese butterbur in spring hokkaido
Japanese butterbur in spring hokkaido
Close-up photo of beautiful butterbur sprout
Huge Summer Suborbicular Green Leaves on a Giant Butterbur Plant (Petasites japonicus) Growing in a Woodland Garden in Rural Devon, England, UK
Petasites is a genus of flowering plants in the sunflower family, Asteraceae, that are commonly referred to as butterburs and coltsfoots. leaves
Butterbur leaves that grow naturally in Hokkaido
Round and cute butterbur leaf
thickets of leaves of aquatic plants of butterbur in the water near the river bank
Petasites is a genus of flowering plants in the sunflower family, Asteraceae, that are commonly referred to as butterburs and coltsfoots. leaves
Petasites is a genus of flowering plants in the sunflower family, Asteraceae, that are commonly referred to as butterburs and coltsfoots. leaves
Butterbur sprout in spring hokkaido
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