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EARLY GENTIAN Gentianella anglica (Height to 15cm) is similar to Autumn Gentian but much shorter and flowers in the spring (Apr-Jun). The flowers are reddish purple and borne in terminal and axillary clusters. Early Gentian grows in short, chalk grassland on the Isle of Wight; it also occurs, locally, in a few coastal locations elsewhere in S England
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EARLY GENTIAN Gentianella anglica (Height to 15cm) is similar to Autumn Gentian but much shorter and flowers in the spring (Apr-Jun). The flowers are reddish purple and borne in terminal and axillary clusters. Early Gentian grows in short, chalk grassland on the Isle of Wight; it also occurs, locally, in a few coastal locations elsewhere in S England

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Date: 9 Jun 2006
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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