Chelidonium majus ssp. asiaticum, a
biennial herb inhabiting sunny locations, such as roadsides,
grasslands, forest edges, etc., grows to 30-80cm in height. The
whole is hairy throughout, which causes looking whitish. Leaves
split once or twice like a feather, and yellow flowers come out in
spring to mid-summer, measuring 3-4cm in diameter. There exist some
individuals whose petals are notched. Bloom time: April-July.