A native perennial with creeping stems, common in damp woods and pasture throughout Britain. Spikes of blue flowers in whorls are borne on short stems from May – July.
Attractive to butterflies and bees.
Height: Grows to 25 cm (10in)
Planting site: Sun or partial shade on moist soils.
Many butterflies and other insects depend on our disappearing native wild plants. By creating a wildlife area in your garden and growing native wildflowers, you will produce an attractive habitat for butterflies, bees, birds and other wildlife.
It is illegal to take plants from the wild.
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