Latin name: Galium cruciata (L.) Scop.
Croatian name: Četverolisna broćika
English name: Crossworth
It is a common yellow Bedstraw with one-veined leaves. It is hairy, herbaceous perennial, 30 to 50 cm high, smelling of new-mown hay. The four leaves have three veins and are placed on stem in whorls, making a cross. Flowers small, yellow, with four petals, placed in whorls of the leaves.
The plant grows in grassy places, and flowers in May and June.