it has the shape and stem of goldenrod, but it seems to grow in the shade better.
thanks for the help,
BeeDee marshall wrote:according to this plant identification site on face book https://www.facebook.com/groups/156706504394635/?multi_permalinks=1920960411302560¬if_id=1532058209995139¬if_t=group_highlights it is Lysimachia vulgaris, the garden loosestrife, yellow loosestrife, or garden yellow loosestrife with fruit and seed. Google it for more info. I have found the facebook page to be quite accurate. It is not a chat page...just plant id with botanical name from photo.
I'm thinking loosestrife as well, but that is only a guess. I looked it up and found that it grows throughout Europe and the Meditteranean region, so it probably grows in Italy. It's hard to tell if this is Lysimachia vulgaris or the Lysimachia vulgaris, var. davurica The petioles seem longer than in Lysimachia vulgaris, but it is really hard to find the davurica variety to compare. Also, the buds seem rounder and more fruit-like in your photo but maybe yours have already bloomed and those are the seed capsules? Anyway ... here are some shots of Lysimachia vulgaris .
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