EPPO Global Database

Vinca minor(VINMI)

Overview
Last modification: 2002-03-10

Basic information
  • EPPO code: VINMI
  • Preferred name: Vinca minor
  • Authority: Linnaeus

Notes

Europe (except northeast), Caucasus, Central Asia. Cultivated as an ornamental, and widely introduced elsewhere, including North America, where it is more frequent in the east

WSSA list of weeds in North America.
Introduced and potentially invasive in Central Russia


Common names
Name Language
дребен зимхелен Bulgarian
donzella Catalan
pervinca Catalan
vinca petita Catalan
barvínek menší Czech
brčál barvínek Czech
kleines Immergrün German
Singrün German
common periwinkle English (US)
lesser periwinkle English
myrtle English (US)
periwinkle English (US)
brancaporbrinca Spanish
brusela Spanish
brusela menor Spanish
clemátida Spanish
hierba ciega Spanish
hierba doncella Spanish
ojos azules Spanish
pervinca Spanish
pervinca común Spanish
vileta gañatera Spanish
vinca pervinca Spanish
violeta de la bruja Spanish
väike igihali Estonian
pikkutalvio Finnish
bergère French
buis bâtard French
pervenche French
pervenche mineure French
petite pervenche French
petit sorcier French
violette de serpent French
violette des morts French
violette des sorciers French
voinchère French
mali zimzelen Croatian
kis télizöld Hungarian
pervinca minore Italian
šliaužiančioji žiemė Lithuanian
mazā kapmirte Latvian
kleine maagdepalm Dutch
kleine maagenpalm Dutch
gravmyrt Norwegian
barwinek pospolity Polish
congonha Portuguese
congossa Portuguese
congossa-menor Portuguese
pervinca-menor Portuguese
sempre-noiva Portuguese
sacshiu Romanian
барвинок малый Russian
zimozeleň menšia Slovak
navadni zimzelen Slovene
mënekshe gomari Albanian
vanlig singrön Swedish
vintergröna Swedish
rozet çiçeği Turkish