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Related to bugloss: borage, sweet woodruff

bugloss

(1) Alkanet; Anchusa officinalis.
(2) Borage; Borago officinalis.
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Second in adult section was Tim Mason from Amble with his image of dunlins reflected in water and third was Richard Poyer, also from Amble, who pictured burnet moths feeding on viper's bugloss flowers on a trip to Lindisfarne.
We're in a dune, see, with rabbits, and a biennial called Viper's Bugloss.
Dr Gammans said: "New Zealand is about to begin a programme to control Viper's bugloss because it's a non-native plant, but the short-haired bumblebees depend on it, so this is a now-or-never chance to rescue some of these bumblebees.
Plenty of seeds can be sown directly, including pheasant's eye (Adonis aestivalis), love-lies-bleeding (Amaranthus caudatus), annual woodruff (Asperuis azurea), Swan River Daisy (Brachycome iberidifolia), cornflower (Centaurea), marigolds, Californian poppy (Eschscholzia californica), Convolvulus tricolor, Coreopsis, Clarkia elegans, Clarkia pulchella, larkspur (Consolida ejacis), Viper's bugloss (Echium lycopsis) and Star of the Veldt (Dimorphotheca aurantica).