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Bristly Ox-tongue


Bristly Ox-tongue is a Dandelion-type flower that for once is quite distinctive. Its name comes from the plant being covered in bristles, which form swollen pimples where they grow out of the leaves. The flowers are pale yellow, in clusters, appearing from mid summer to late autumn.

Very common in the south and east, rare elsewhere.



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