Calluna vulgaris (known as common heather, ling, or simply heather). A branched evergreen shrub 50-70 cm, the leaves are evergreen, opposite, sessile, shortly-linear, very small, densely covering stem and branches. Flowers are small, dry, purple, globular, fragrant, in rare narrow racemes. It flowers in July and August. It grows in pine forests on sandy soil.
In traditional medicine are used aerial parts, collected during the flowering.

Calluna vulgaris flowers

Veronica officinalis (Heath Speedwell, Common Speedwell, Common Gypsyweed, Paul's Betony) of the family Scrophulariaceae. Veronica is found in the meadows with acidic peaty soil on the edges of woods, mostly pine. This is a low-growing perennial plant 10-35 cm tall, with a creeping, hairy stem. Plant flowers are light purple or blue, in sparse raceme, located in the axils of the leaves. Long flowering from June to September. Veronica is widely distributed in Eurasia. It grows in mixed and pine forests, forest edges, glades and clearings in the forest.
With the purpose of treatment are used the aerial parts of the plants collected during flowering. Collected crude is dried under a canopy in the air or in a well-ventilated area.

Veronica officinalis

Maianthemum bifolium (hare's blood, bunny ears) of the lily family Liliaceae. In the second half of May, in the coniferous, mixed and, rarely, broad-leaved forests appears low, fragile, very interesting plant, this lily of the valley in miniature. Looking closer to it, we will see that the leaves are not quite the same, and the flowers are small, and they are arranged somewhat differently than the lily of the valley. This herbaceous perennial rhizome plant is really close relative of lily of the valley. Its height - 10-25 cm. Rhizome is creeping, leaves - cordate-ovate. In vegetative shoots, the leaves are arranged by one and on peduncles - 2 (rarely 3). Hence the specific epithet - bifoliate. The flowers are small, white, with a diameter of about 5 mm,campanulate. It blooms in the second half of May to the first ten days of June. Fruit - berry. Maianthemum bifolium is found in the forest area of Asia. Is well known in Eastern Siberia and the Ukraine, where local people gather it as a medicinal plant.

Maianthemum bifolium

Anemone dichotoma L. It grows in moist, often hummocky meadows, in the flood-plain, periodically flooded shrubs, rarely in forest meadows. It flowers in June.
If used fresh, the plant is poisonous, if drying is loses its toxicity. When applied externally, fresh herb of anemone causes the formation of abscesses and ulcers.

Anemone dichotoma L. flower

Cicuta virosa (Cowbane or Northern Water Hemlock). A perennial herb of the family Umbelliferae. The stem is smooth, branched, up to 1.5 m. Flowers are small and white, situated by complex umbrels. Fruit - diachenium, round, breaking up at maturity into two fruitlets, each of which is at the back of the plane are five longitudinal costas. It flowers in July and August.
Milestones occur on wet and damp forest meadows, marshes, rivers, lakes margins.
It is one of the most harmful plants. Depending on the time of year and weather conditions the toxicity varies. More poisonous is rhizome in the spring.

Cicuta virosa