Pyramidal Bugle

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Pyramidal Bugle – Ajuga pyramidalis

Plant : Pyramidal Bugle is a native wild flower, which grows locally on shrub land and wooded areas.  Its square sectioned, hairy stems grow up to 30 cm tall.  The leaves grow in pairs, on either side of the square stems and have a purple tinge.  They are a member of the Lamiaceae family and is attractive to bees.

Flower : The irregular purple flowers grow in small groups from the leaf nodes and flower between May and July.

Pollen : Click here to see more about Ajuga pyramidalis pollen.

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