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Cow Parsley (Apiaceae) of the British Isles

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Cow Parsley:

UK Status: Resident and native.

Flowering Period: From mid April until late June.

Appx Height: 60cm and up to 170cm.

Habitat: This herbaceous perennial is also, or has been known commonly as Fairy Lace, Hedge Parsley, Mother Die, Ladies Lace and Queen Anne's Lace. It is similar to Fool's Parsley, which flowers later in mid summer. This plant can be found in many grassy places such as, waste ground, disused railway lines, canal sides, roadside verges, woodland edges and rides etc.

Comment: This plant is very common throughout the British Isles.

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