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Gate and green pomegranate ...

A view of the old gate that no one has been opening for a long time and the green pomegranate in the yard.
Rosehip or dog rose, wild rose, dog rose, wild rosehip, dog thorn, flesh rose, white rose, rosehip (lat. Rosa canina) is a plant from the rose family (Rosaceae).
The name of the genus (Rosa - rose) was given to this plant by the ancient Romans, and the name of the species comes from the Latin caninus - dog.
The root is very developed and penetrates deep into the soil.
Tree Deciduous shrub 2-3 m tall with long, thick and branched branches that grow upright. The branches were overgrown with strong thorns.
The leaves are oddly pinnately compound, up to 9cm long. They usually contain 7 leaves that are shiny and naked or rarely hairy on the reverse, 1.5-2.5 cm long and 1.0-1.5 cm wide.
The flowers are with pale pink or white coronal and green calyx petals and can be single or grouped 3-5, 2-8 cm in diameter.
The fruits are nuts up to 2 cm long. The fruit is better known by the popular name pomegranate, so the whole plant is called that. It ripens in September and October.

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