Linum usitatissimum L., Sp. Pl. 277 1753. (Syn: Linum crepitans (Boenn.) Dumort.; Linum humile Mill.; Linum indehiscens (Neilr.) Vavilov & Elladi; Linum usitatissimum var. crepitans Boenn.; Linum usitatissimum subsp. crepitans Elladi; Linum usitatissimum subsp. humile (Mill.) Chernom.; Linum usitatissimum var. humile (Mill.) Pers.; Linum usitatissimum var. indehiscens Neilr.);
Cultivated throughout India up to 2000 m in the Himalayas. Sometimes found as an escape; Not known in wild, origin uncertain, widely cultivated in Europe and Asia as per BSI Flora of India with details & keys (Volume 3- 1993) ;
Linum Usitatissimum from Banglore: Photographed this Linum Usitatissimum / अलसी on a terrace vegetable garden at Banglore.
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show allvery nice, … seeds are a good vegetarian source of omega 3 fats
I found this in Kamarkundu Railway Garden. There was only one plant. It seems to me that they took it for ornamental, as i did too.
These flowers are really beautiful. Why not plant them as ornamental I wonder!
Yes, …, they are really beautiful.
Loc- kota Rajasthan
Sir is more similar to Linum sp.
Of course it is Linum usitatissimum…