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Africa annual plant Asia and North Asia Minor basal leaves basal rosette biennial plant borne singly bracts branching stems bright Britain or North British Isles calcareous soils calyx Caryophyllaceae Caucasus Central Europe colour common throughout Compositae corolla tube creeping cyme especially on calcareous Family feet high florets flower stalk flower-heads flowers are borne found in Britain fruit genus grassy places Greek Greek name growing grown in gardens hairs hairy inches high inches long inches tall inflorescence insects introduced in North June to August June to September lanceolate Latin name leaf axils leaf shape leaflets Leguminosae lobed long-stalked native in Britain naturalized in North North America ovate perennial herb perennial plant petals pink pinnate plant name poisonous pollinated purple raceme Ranunculaceae rare rhizome roadsides rootstock scented Scrophulariaceae sepals sessile short-stalked sometimes Southern Europe species stamens throughout the British toothed edges underside usually vulgaris waste places West Asia Western Asia wild