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BLUE MOOR-GRASS Sesleria caerulea Height to 45cm<br />
Blue-green, tufted perennial of dry, limestone grassland; often forms large patches. FLOWERS are borne in dense, egg-shaped heads with bluish green spikelets (Apr-Jun). FRUITS are small, dry nutlets. LEAVES are rough-edged and blunt with a fine point at the tip. STATUS-Locally common only in N England, S Scotland and W Ireland.
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BLUE MOOR-GRASS Sesleria caerulea Height to 45cm
Blue-green, tufted perennial of dry, limestone grassland; often forms large patches. FLOWERS are borne in dense, egg-shaped heads with bluish green spikelets (Apr-Jun). FRUITS are small, dry nutlets. LEAVES are rough-edged and blunt with a fine point at the tip. STATUS-Locally common only in N England, S Scotland and W Ireland.

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Date: 1 Jun 2006
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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