Kapa

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Glas fullo' dem kapa

Capparis spinosa, t' kapa bush, also kaul'd Flinders rose,[1] esa perennial plaant tat bears round'd, fleshii leaves an larj wiit t' pinkish-wiit flowas.[2][3][4]

T' plaant es best known f' t' weckle o' dem flowa buds (capers), ofta us'd as a seasonin, an t' fruit (caper berries), both o' wich es usuallii eat'n pikl'd. Otha species o' Capparis es also pik'd alon wit' C. spinosa f' deir buds o fruits. Otha parts o' Capparis plaants es us'd i' t' manyufakchurin o' dem medicines an kosmetiks.






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  2. Altervista Flora Italiana, Cappero, Kapernstrauch, Capparis spinosa L. includes photos and European distribution map
  3. Flora of China, 山柑 shan gan, Capparis spinosa Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 1: 503. 1753.
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