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HAIRY WOOD-RUSH Luzula pilosa (Juncaceae) Height to 30cm. Tufted perennial that grows in woodland and on shady banks. FLOWERS are brown and usually solitary, arranged in branched, open clusters (Apr-Jun). FRUITS are brown, egg-shaped and narrow abruptly towards the tip. LEAVES are 5-10mm wide, yellowish green, hairy and glossy. STATUS-Widespread and locally common, except in W Ireland.
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