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Plant identification from a Russian website

BenCottoBenCotto RutlandPosts: 2,167
Is anyone able to put a name to this please


  • K67K67 Leicestershire Posts: 1,676
    Might be a Cleome
  • rock_henrock_hen Norwich, NorfolkPosts: 101
    phacelia maybe?

  • granmagranma Posts: 1,879
    Reminds me of one  that grows amongst  the council's mix of wild flowers that in our area are sown at random in swathes along the side of the motorways.
  • BenCottoBenCotto RutlandPosts: 2,167
    edited August 2020
    It is phacelia tanacetifolia. Thanks @rock_hen. Looking it up, I see its everyday name is fiddleneck phacelia or, for some, blue tansy. It’s used as a green manure, is loved by bees and survives temperatures down to -28°C.

    The photos of photos that I posted were not good quality so I understand the cleome suggestion K67.
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