Thalíctrum foétidum (meadow rue) of the Buttercup family - Ranunculaceae. It is found 15 species of meadow rue growing in the Far East. To date, more or less are thoroughly examined three species.

Thalíctrum foétidum

Menyanthes trifoliata L. of the family Menyanthaceae. A wetland plant with a long fleshy rhizome creeping up to 1.5 m. Leaves are alternate, vaginal, long-petiolus, deeply tripartite. Leaf lobes are elliptical or oblong-ovoid, entire, sometimes with a few teeth. Flowering shoots are leafless up to 35 cm tall. Flowerstalk is bare, with five-membered raceme of white or pinkish-white flowers. Corolla is funnel-shaped, inside - densely fringed pubescent. The fruit  - boll, the seeds are light brown.
It blooms in late June, July, fruiting in July-August. It has a wide range, is found throughout Eurasia, North, America as well as in Yakutia.

Menyanthes trifoliata L flowers

Lysimachia vulgaris of the family Primulaceae. A perennial herb with creeping rhizome and erect, branched, tetraquetrous stems. The leaves are opposite, oblong-lanceolate, on short petioles, acute on the top, almost bare, and the bottom is pale green, short-haired. The flowers are relatively small, yellow, campanulate, gathered in large apical buds, pedicels are short, calyx is divided almost to the base on ovate-lanceolate lobes. Corolla Is bright yellow. 5 stamens, pistil with the upper ovary. Fruit - capsule. Lysimachia vulgaris blooms in June - July. The height of 60-100 cm in almost all areas of the former Soviet Union often grows in moist meadows, among bushes in flood plains, along the marshy banks of rivers and streams.
The herb (aboveground part of plants during flowering), leaves and juice of Lysimachia vulgaris have a medicinal value. In the herb are found vitamin C, tannins, saponins, arginine. It has a tonic, anti-convulsive effect.

Lysimachia vulgaris flowers

Verbena officinalis, the Common Vervain or Common Verbena. A perennial herb with erect, branching upward, tetraquetrous stem, height up to 100 cm, with rough edges. The flowers are pale purple, rarely purple, collected in multiflorous rare spikes. The leaves have rough taste. Verbena has no smell, blooms from June to September.
Is widespread, but not in large quantities. It grows along the roads and on the edges of fields, weedy places and on the hills.

Verbena officinalis

Alhagi (common names camelthorns or manna trees). A spiny shrub, less often - a herbaceous perennial. The stems and branches are bare, grooved, green. Stems are planted with spines. The spines are immature branches with small flowers. The leaves are simple, entire, located at the base of the stems and thorns. Flowers are red, on stalks, calyx is campanulate, toothed. Fruits - four-, five-seed beaded beans. Seeds are nodular, almost square. It flowers in May and August.
Camelthorn ordinary is the most familiar form of this plant, common in arid and semiarid regions of the south-east of European Russia, across the Caucasus, Minor and Central Asia, and Siberia.
All kinds of camelthorn (five of them) contain a lot of vitamin C (young herb).

Alhagi