Learn about the `Loof` plant, which is an annual spring plant

2024-03-31 2024-03-31T13:32:11Z
د . أحمد الشريدة
د . أحمد الشريدة
محاضر أكاديمي في عدد من الجامعات الأردنية من عام 1996 ومستشار إعلامي وصحفي مستقل

Weather of Arabia - The loofah plant is known scientifically by the name (Palestinian loofah), and David of Antioch mentioned it in his memoirs, which indicates the possibility of its spread outside Palestine. This plant is found in orchards, wet places, and mountainous areas, and it often appears among the rocks with its bright green appearance.

This plant is characterized by many contradictions, as it is beautifully and brightly dark green, and at the same time its leaves appear rough, and the strangest thing is that it is poisonous in all its parts, but despite this, there are those who search for it to use it as a favorite dish among many Palestinian farmers.

The plant is characterized by leaves that resemble the shape of a heart, but are somewhat long, and resemble the plant, or speckles, but the latter is speckled with dark black spots.

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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