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White Dead-nettle
 

 

White Dead-nettle has leaves very similar to the Stinging Nettle, but they carry no sting, hence the name. Unmistakable due to the whorls of white, lipped and hooded flowers around the stem.

Can be found in flower from spring through to autumn and sometimes also during mild winters. Common nearly everywhere apart from northern Scotland in hedges, waysides and on bare and waste ground.

 

 

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