nipplewort


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nipplewort

nipplewort

Another deviation away from the dandelion family, with wider broader leaves. Edible.
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He thanked Lord Mayor Sir David Howard and the Corporation of the City of London for the birthday gift of seven botanical watercolours, and amused guests with some of the flowers' names, including Soapwort, Spanish Catchfly, Goldilocks, Swine's Succory, Nipplewort and Bastard Toadflax.
The 'wort' part of a plant's name indicates that is was once well-known for its medicinal qualities - plants such as woundwort, milkwort, and nipplewort, for example.
A more challenging outdoor test involved searching for nipplewort among 174 plants including 29 different species.