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№ 447-451. Flora. Wild berries.

10.07.1998

Painter – Zobnina O.

Stamps per sheets: 50 (10x5 stamps).
Paper - coated; manufacturing process - offset; perforation - comb 12½ x 12.

The Amursky Grape (Vitis Amurensis). A climber, reaches up to 22 m in hight. Originates from the Far East, and was introduced to agriculture by Russian selectionist I.V.Michurin (1855-1935) in early 20c. A hardy frost-resistant plant with dioecious flowers. The perianth consists of a cup with five indents and a crown of five accrete yellow and green petals. Edible black or blue berries.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
0.50 26×37 The Amursky Grape (Vitis Amurensis). A climber, reaches up to 22 m in hight. Originates from the Far East, and was introduced to agriculture by Russian selectionist I.V.Michurin (1855-1935) in early 20c. A hardy frost-resistant plant with dioecious flowers. The perianth consists of a cup with five indents and a crown of five accrete yellow and green petals. Edible black or blue berries.
multicolor
0.50 0.10 300000

№ 448

Raspbery (Rubus idaeus). A bush of the rose family. Grows in the temperate and subtropical regions of Eurasia. Dioecious flowers with double perianth and white or rose petals. Edible red or rose spherical berries appear on the second-year offsprings. A cultured plant from 4 v AD.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
0.75 26×37 Raspbery (Rubus idaeus). A bush of the rose family. Grows in the temperate and subtropical regions of Eurasia. Dioecious flowers with double perianth and white or rose petals. Edible red or rose spherical berries appear on the second-year offsprings. A cultured plant from 4 v AD.
multicolor
0.75 0.15 300000

№ 449

Schisandra chiensis (wu-wei-zi). Grows in the Far East. A wooden liana can be up to 15 m high. Leaves and other part of the plant smell of lemon when crushed. Dioecious flowers, white or rose, grouped by 3-5 at a leaf. Bright orange edible berries grouped in a cluster.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
1.00 26×37 Schisandra chiensis (wu-wei-zi). Grows in the Far East. A wooden liana can be up to 15 m high. Leaves and other part of the plant smell of lemon when crushed. Dioecious flowers, white or rose, grouped by 3-5 at a leaf. Bright orange edible berries grouped in a cluster.
multicolor
1.00 0.20 300000

№ 450

Red Whortleberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea). Of the Ericaceaefamily. Widely spread in temperate and cold regions of Eurasia, in tundra, woods, and mountains. A small bush of 2.5 - 20 cm high with leathery leaves. Pale-rose bell-shaped flowers with a nice smell. Edible bright-red spherical berries.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
1.50 26×37 Red Whortleberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea). Of the Ericaceaefamily. Widely spread in temperate and cold regions of Eurasia, in tundra, woods, and mountains. A small bush of 2.5 - 20 cm high with leathery leaves. Pale-rose bell-shaped flowers with a nice smell. Edible bright-red spherical berries.
multicolor
1.50 0.30 300000

№ 451

Arctic Bramble (Rubus arcticus). Of the Rubus family. A perennial plant of 10-30 cm high. Widely spread in the Northern Hemisphere, mainly in tundra and taiga. Triple leaves, dark-rose dioecious flowers, either single or grouped by 2-3. Edible red berries with many stones.

Face value Size Description Price, mint Price, used Quantity
2.00 26×37 Arctic Bramble (Rubus arcticus). Of the Rubus family. A perennial plant of 10-30 cm high. Widely spread in the Northern Hemisphere, mainly in tundra and taiga. Triple leaves, dark-rose dioecious flowers, either single or grouped by 2-3. Edible red berries with many stones.
multicolor
2.00 0.40 300000

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Nature : Flora

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