Rumex acetosella is
a dioecious perennial herb originating in Eurasia; it grows wild on
roadsides or in wastelands in various districts; 20-50cm in height,
more diminutive than another species, Rumex acetosa, it propagates
by extending its thin rhizomes sideways. 2-7cm in height leaves, in
the shape of a hastate, and bases project in a pair of ears way.
With this species, the female flower's inner perianth lobes stay the
same size even after the flower, unlike Rumex acetosa. Bloom time: