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Marsh woundwort

Stachys palustris


The stems are noticeably hairy, particularly in the upper region of the plant. It has opposite pairs of linearly lanceolate leaves. Inflorescence is spike-like with purplish-red flowers.


Found in forest between a creek and walkway.


Norwegian name: Åkersvinerot

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Oslo, Norway

Spotted on Aug 1, 2020
Submitted on Aug 2, 2020

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