Meadow Clary


Meadow Clary is related to the Mint family with the same characteristic upper and lower lips to the flowers. In this case the upper lip is very pronounced and curved. The flowers are a violet-blue, not aromatic and the plant itself can be quite tall.

It flowers around mid summer on a few dry, grassy places, often on lime in the south of England.



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