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Fool's Parsley
 

 

A small, white Umbellifer (member of the Carrot family with umbrella-like flower heads), Fool's Parsley can be easily identified by the 'beard' effect around the side of the umbels.

Common in England, especially in the south, on mainly cultivated ground, the plant is in flower from early summer to mid autumn.

 

 

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