EPPO Global Database

Rubia tinctorum(RBITI)

Overview
Last modification: 1996-10-28

Basic information
  • EPPO code: RBITI
  • Preferred name: Rubia tinctorum
  • Authority: Linnaeus

Notes

Northern and eastern Mediterranean, Western Asia, Central Asia, Himalayas, India, China. Cultivated in former times as a dye plant and widely introduced in Europe, North Africa and elsewhere

WSSA list of weeds in North America


Other scientific names
Name Authority
Rubia iberica (de Candolle) Koch

Common names
Name Language
бояджийски брош Bulgarian
брош Bulgarian
grança Catalan
herba apegalosa Catalan
herba dels tintorers Catalan
raspallengua Catalan
rogeta Catalan
roja Catalan
roja tintòria Catalan
mořena barvířská Czech
echte Färberröte German
Färberkrapp German
Färberröte German
Krapp German
Krappfärberrote German
common madder English
dyer's madder English
madder English
enroya Spanish
garanza Spanish
granza Spanish
herba pegalosa macho Spanish
pegarrosilla Spanish
raspadera Spanish
roja Spanish
roya Spanish
rubia Spanish
rubia de los tintoreros Spanish
rubia de tintes Spanish
rubia granza Spanish
sangralengua Spanish
garance des teinturiers French
garance sauvage French
pu'at hatzabba'im Hebrew
פּוּאַת הַצַּבָּעִים Hebrew
bojadisarski broć Croatian
festő buzér Hungarian
garanza Italian
robbia Italian
robbia domestica Italian
rubia Italian
meekrap Dutch
marzana barwierska Polish
granza Portuguese
ruiva-dos-tintureiros Portuguese
solda-grande Portuguese
roibă Romanian
марена красильная Russian
marena farbiarska Slovak
pravi brošć Slovene
rrëza ngyiyruese Albanian
rrëzë Albanian
rrëzor ngjyurese Albanian
броћ Serbian
обични броћ Serbian
прави броћ Serbian
krapp Swedish
krapprot Swedish
kökboyası Turkish
марена грузинська Ukrainian
марена красильна Ukrainian
rǎn sè qiàn cǎo Chinese
染色茜草 Chinese