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Heliotropium hirsutissimum, a very common wildflower in Greece, spotted in Ancient Demetrias Archaeological reserve, Volos city, Greece. It's main differences from the similar Heliotropium Europaeum, is that the Hairy Heliotrope has bigger flowers (which sometimes they're all yellow in color) and of course is hairy!
Spotted on May 22, 2016
Submitted on May 23, 2016