Black Horehound (Ballota nigra )


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Family: Woundwort Lamiaceae

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Unpleasant-smelling, hairy perennial of disturbed ground and roadside verges. Widespread and common in England and Wales; scarce or absent elsewhere. Ovate or heart-shaped leaves are stalked. Whorls of pink-purple flowers appear June to September.Height up to 50cm