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NEW ZEALAND WILLOWHERB Epilobium brunnescens (Onograceae) Prostrate. Creeping, mat-forming perennial that roots at the nodes. Found in damp ground in mountains. FLOWERS are 6-7mm across with deeply notched pink or white petals; borne on long, erect stalks (Jul-Aug). FRUITS are slender pods. LEAVES are circular and opposite. STATUS-Introduced but now widespread in many mountain regions.
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NEW ZEALAND WILLOWHERB Epilobium brunnescens (Onograceae) Prostrate. Creeping, mat-forming perennial that roots at the nodes. Found in damp ground in mountains. FLOWERS are 6-7mm across with deeply notched pink or white petals; borne on long, erect stalks (Jul-Aug). FRUITS are slender pods. LEAVES are circular and opposite. STATUS-Introduced but now widespread in many mountain regions.

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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