Hypericum androsaemum (Cultivated)

Hypericum androsaemum L., Sp. Pl. 784 1753. (Syn: Androsaemum androsaemum Huth; Androsaemum officinale All.; Androsaemum vulgare Gaertn.);
 
Common name: Tutsan, St John's Wort, Sweet Amber

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Semi-evergreen shrub with erect up to 1 m tall stems; leaves ovate to ovate oblong, 5-9 cm long, cordate, otuse at apex, slightly whitish beneath; flowers 25-30 mm across, yellow, in few-flowered cymes or solitary; sepals foliaceous, as long as petals; stamens in 5 bundles, as long as petals; styles 3; capsule berry-like, turning black at maturity.
 
Native of Africa, Temperate Asia and Europe, widely cultivated
 

Hypericum androsaemum, commonly known as tutsan, is a plant in the genus Hypericum native to open woods and hillsides in Eurasia. It is a perennial shrub reaching up to 1.5 m in height. 
The common name tutsan appears to be a corruption of toute saine literally meaning all-healthy. This is probably in reference to its healing properties. The leaves were used applied to wounds, and as a stomachic.
 (From Wikipedia on 12.12.13)
 
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Hypericum androsaemum from Kashmir : Attachments (3). 3 posts by 2 authors.
Hypericum androsaemum from Kashmir, shrub cultivated in newly developed Hazuribagh Garden in Srinagar. Photographed on June 16, 2010
Common names: Sweet-amber; Tutsan;

Hypericaceae, Clusiaceae and Dipterocarpaceae Fortnight: Hypericum androsaemum L. from California-GSNOV02 : 3 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2).
Hypericum androsaemum L., photographed from California, commonly planted along roadsides and gardens.
Lovely Shots Sir. Thanks for Sharing
 
 
Hypericum androsaemum L. Sp. pl. 2:784. 1753
Sweet amber, tutsan
Semi-evergreen shrub with erect up to 1 m tall stems; leaves ovate to ovate oblong, 5-9 cm long, cordate, otuse at apex, slightly whitish beneath; flowers 25-30 mm across, yellow, in few-flowered cymes or solitary; sepals foliaceous, as long as petals; stamens in 5 bundles, as long as petals; styles 3; capsule berry-like, turning black at maturity.
Native of Africa, Temperate Asia and Europe, widely cultivated
Photographed from Iqbal Garden, Srinagar, Kashmir. 
A very good beginning Sir... specially for me as this is new to me..nice pic of fruits too..
 
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SK1763 27 Jan 2019 : 6 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1) - 2 Mb.
Location : Singapore
Date : 18 October 2012
Elevation : 25 m.
Habit : Cultivated 
Once check Hypericum androsaemum. Upper one.
… just made a comment about not taking complete plant pictures. how is all these cases useful to anybody is anybodies guess. the Hypericum red fruits re a favourite of cut flower industry. i guess you took one end of a flower arrangement, it seems shows some red petals
I guess it is matching 
 
 
 
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