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Alkanet - Anthusa officinalis (Boraginaceae) Upright, bristly perennial of waste ground and abandonned arable. Leaves are 5-10cm long and bristly. Flowers are blue and 5-lobed, 8-15mm across ((May-Oct). Probably originates in Britain as a garden plant and from birdseed. Widespread but local, mainly in S.
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Alkanet - Anthusa officinalis (Boraginaceae) Upright, bristly perennial of waste ground and abandonned arable. Leaves are 5-10cm long and bristly. Flowers are blue and 5-lobed, 8-15mm across ((May-Oct). Probably originates in Britain as a garden plant and from birdseed. Widespread but local, mainly in S.

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Date: 5 Jul 2012
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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