Pimpinella peregrina

Burnet saxifrage                                                                                       Γογγυλόμορφη

Apiaceae - carrot family                                                                                           Dicot.


Growing tall amongst the lush green grasses of spring, the white flowers of Pimpinella peregrina are an abundant source of nectar for bees and other insects. The flowers are very similar to other members of the carrot family (Apiaceae or Umbeliliferae) but often have a swelling where the rays meet the stem and do not have bracts,  plants are most easily recognisable when the seeds develop,; they have attractive seed heads with fluffy looking seeds.

2-3mm, 5-8cm,40-70cm,
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Pimpinella - a Medieval name of origin unknown

peregrina - Latin for alien or wanderer

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