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WHITE HOREHOUND Marrubium vulgare (Lamiaceae) Height to 50cm. Robust, upright perennial that is coated with downy white hairs and is aromatic. Grows on dry, often disturbed, ground, mainly on chalky soil and near the coast. FLOWERS are 12-15mm long and white; borne in many-flowered whorls, only a few flowers appearing at any one time (Jun-Oct). FRUITS are nutlets. LEAVES are oval, toothed and wrinkled. STATUS-Local, mainly near the S coast of England; occasional elsewhere.
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