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UPLAND ENCHANTER’S-NIGHTSHADE Circaea x intermedia (Onograceae) Height to 45cm. Hairless perennial of shady, upland woods and rocky places. FLOWERS are white and borne in loose spikes (Jun-Aug). FRUITS are club-shaped. LEAVES are 8cm long, oval, heart-shaped at the base and sharply toothed with slightly winged stalks. STATUS-Locally common in upland areas in W and N of region. Note: Often occurs in the absence of one of its parent plants C. alpina, a rare plant that is similar but smaller, with winged leaf stalks and flowers in a tight, terminal cluster.