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Hoary Mullein

Hoary Mullein Verbascum pulverulentum

Snettisham, Norfolk, 20 July

Native. Something of a Norfolk specialty, this species is only native to East Anglia and was first recorded in the wild in Britain in 1670. The spectacular candelabras of flowers can be seen on road verges, rough ground and, as here, on the coastal shingle.

























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