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bugloss

(1) Alkanet; Anchusa officinalis.
(2) Borage; Borago officinalis.
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"While the larvae of Osmia cornuta were able to develop on viper's bugloss pollen, more than 90 % died within days on buttercup pollen," said Sedivy.
COMMON BUGLOSS (or alkanet anchusa officinalis) THE last 10 days have seen me undertake an adventurous trek - around the courtyard gardens of Marrakech, on a train past the arid plains to Tangiers, by boat to view the coast of Spain, stopping off briefly to appreciate summer in Manchester and Wicklow.
It likes to be in full sunshine but will tolerate partial shade and isn't fussy about soil - you're COMMON BUGLOSS OR ALKANET Anchusa officinalis better off not feeding it as it's used to poor soil.
A meadowland roof will cap the design, using plants found on the reserve such as kidney vetch, viper's bugloss, bloody cranesbill and northern marsh orchid.
Echium - Viper's Bugloss. Eritrichium - the alpine forget-me-not.
bugloss that I put in front of the hosta to replace the blush-pink
I've made several evening trips to the sands of Tor Bay and nearby Nicholaston, where the tide races towards green hills and dune systems rich with the likes of lady's bedstraw, sea bindweed and viper's bugloss.
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.