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Flower  Yellow Achangel

Yellow Achangel - Photo  Copyright 2003 Gary Bradley
Photo: G. Bradley

UK Safari Tip:
Need help identifying wild plants? Checkout the superbly illustrated fold out identification charts in the Nature Shop - click here

Latin name: Lamiastrum galeobdolon

Size: Grows to a height of around 50cms

Distribution: Fairly common in England and Wales, but rare in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Flowering months: Between May and July.

Habitat: Deciduous woodlands.

Special features: The beautiful yellow flowers of the Yellow Archangel have tiny red streaks running through them. The leaves have a similar appearance to stinging nettles, but if you pinch the leaves, instead of stinging you, they give off an unpleasant smell.


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