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ROUGH CLOVER Trifolium scabrum (Fabaceae) Height to 15cm. Downy annual of bare grassland, often on gravel. FLOWERS are white and borne in unstalked heads that are 10mm long (May-Jul). FRUITS are concealed by calyx. LEAVES are trifoliate with oval leaflets that are hairy on both sides and have obvious lateral veins. STATUS-Locally common in S England and S Wales but mainly coastal.
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ROUGH CLOVER Trifolium scabrum (Fabaceae) Height to 15cm. Downy annual of bare grassland, often on gravel. FLOWERS are white and borne in unstalked heads that are 10mm long (May-Jul). FRUITS are concealed by calyx. LEAVES are trifoliate with oval leaflets that are hairy on both sides and have obvious lateral veins. STATUS-Locally common in S England and S Wales but mainly coastal.

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