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with Urtica incisa, which I think is antipodean in origin. There seem to be very few UK records, but I suppose it may be grown as an unusual garden plant by some?
Useful identification would be to handle the nettle.
In the references to it, U. incisa is also reported as having a nasty sting. Is it nastier than our native plant?
Some populations of U dioica (subsp. galeopsifolia) are non-stinging - although I think these a mostly confined to Norfolk.
for any confusion. I meant Stinging Nettle put nettle into the system and did "get recommended" should have checked the latin was correct with my book.
Howardian Local Nature Reserve
Lat/Lng: 53.2, -4.404
OS grid ref: SH395696