By DAIANAGABAR
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SMARDAR

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Smiddar, as it is commonly called mountain peony, grows spontaneously in dwarf bushes in the alpine area. Being a plant that grows in very specific climatic and relief conditions, it does not tolerate transplants, which makes it impossible to place it in the gardens. The beauty of its flowers - which emanates a smell and a flavor similar to cherries - and usually occurring at the end of June and early July, and its rarity, makes the scarlet a plant protected and protected as such within the National Park Bucegi. The scallop is perennial and keeps its green leaves all year round.
Smardar is part of the Ericaceae family and, despite the alternative name of 'mountain peony', it should not be confused with the peony (Paeonia officinalis), which is part of another botanical family, namely Paeoniaceae. Another popular name is the 'cow'.
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