dead-nettle


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dead-nettle

any Eurasian plant of the genus Lamium, such as L. alba (white dead-nettle), having leaves resembling nettles but lacking stinging hairs: family Lamiaceae (labiates)
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Euphorbia robbiae, one of the cultivated spurges, produces yellow or green bracts in May and mixes well with Lamium maculatum, a species of dead-nettle but attractive for all that.
He discovered intermediate dead-nettle, an unusual plant for the Formby area, unlike the prolific ragwort with sheep sorrels he also saw.
Gary found green alkanet, round leaved speedwell, red dead-nettle, bluebell and ivy-leaved speedwell all in bloom last month.
EARLY spring wanderings in Formby brought Gary McLardy blooming red dead-nettles, chickweed and wavy bittercress with closed blooms and the semi-closed flowers of ivy-leaf speedwell.