Scientific name: Parietaria sp.
Common name (English / Spanish / Catalan): Pellitory / Parietaria / Morella roquera
Perennial herb, between 10 and 80 cm high, very branched, with hairy stems often reddish covered by abundant leaves dark green, soft, and with very short hairs.
Very small green to reddish flowers, grouped in globose inflorescences located at the leaves axils. The fruit is very small, black and difficult to see because the calyx hides it.
It is in flower all the year round, especially from March to October.