Creeping Thistle ( Cirsium arvense )


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Family: Composiate Asteraceae

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Creeping Thistle ( Cirsium arvense) Creeping perennial with upright, unwinged stems. Widespread and very common on disturbed ground and in grassland. Leaves are pinnately-lobed and spiny. The pinkish lilac flower heads, 10 15mm across, appear in clusters JuneSeptember. Height up to 1m.

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