Bugle or Ajuga reptans

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Date:7th of May 1949

Description:Bugle is a common perennial of damp woods and meadows. It spreads by means of creeping, rooting stems.

Flowering between May and July, it can grow to a height of 30cm.

This example was found growing at Blymhill, near to Wheaton Aston in Staffordshire, by Eric Edees.

About this plant

This plant is now cared for by staff at Stoke-on-Trent Museums.


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Source: Stoke-on-Trent Museums

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