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SUFFOCATED CLOVER Trifolium suffocatum (Prostrate) is easily overlooked because it is low-growing and soon withers and dries. The stalked leaves are arranged around a stalkless cluster of whitish flowers with pointed bracts (Apr-May). The plant grows on bare shingle and sand near the coast and occurs, very locally, from Pagham Harbour to east Kent.
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SUFFOCATED CLOVER Trifolium suffocatum (Prostrate) is easily overlooked because it is low-growing and soon withers and dries. The stalked leaves are arranged around a stalkless cluster of whitish flowers with pointed bracts (Apr-May). The plant grows on bare shingle and sand near the coast and occurs, very locally, from Pagham Harbour to east Kent.

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Date: 29 Apr 2006
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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