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IRISH SAXIFRAGE Saxifraga rosacea (Height to 30cm) is similar to Tufted Saxifrage (their ranges do not overlap, however) but with larger flowers (12-18mm across) borne on open clusters on slender stems (Jun-Aug). The leaves have pointed (not blunt) lobes. It grows in damp places among rocks and is extremely local in the S and W.
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IRISH SAXIFRAGE Saxifraga rosacea (Height to 30cm) is similar to Tufted Saxifrage (their ranges do not overlap, however) but with larger flowers (12-18mm across) borne on open clusters on slender stems (Jun-Aug). The leaves have pointed (not blunt) lobes. It grows in damp places among rocks and is extremely local in the S and W.

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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Credit: ROBIN BUSH/NPL
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