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Red Valerian

Centranthus ruber

Description:

Wild red valerian is a native of the Mediterranean region. The flowers are small in rounded clusters each with 5 fused petals and a spur. The most typical color is a brick red or purplish red, but colors include deep crimson, pale pink, and lavender.

Habitat:

Spotted in Enipeas canyon (Mount Olympus, Greece).

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KostasZontanos
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Spotted on May 31, 2015
Submitted on Jan 17, 2016

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