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A common plant with white hooded flowers that grows in hedgerows, wastelands. The plant relies on Bumble Bees for pollination and the flower shape is suited to this. It is called a dead nettle as it lacks the stinging hairs. It has a long flowering period from May to December. Picture taken near Stagsden, Bedfordshire October 22nd 2006.

24th Oct 2006 by Diane Earl

Biology, Science

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