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Bugle by Paul Lane 2/2

Bugle Ajuga reptans

The deep blue flower spikes of Bugle can be found carpeting damp grasslands, scrub and woodland clearings scrub and grassland on fertile soils. Spreading by means of overground runners that frequently root, it flowers between April and July and is attractive to a variety of insects including White-tailed Bumblebees, Green-veined White Butterflies, Silver Y Moths and Common Carder Bees.

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Common.

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