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Observed: 5th August 2012 By: Greendude5089Greendude5089’s reputation in PlantsGreendude5089’s reputation in Plants
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Description:

Small longish-oval dark-green, bristly leaves. Flowers are pink when really young, but the flowers are mostly completely blue: (Just like Borage!) Flowers are borne on long thin, bristly stems, which have one flower per stem. Flowers succeed with a whole cluster of flowers, 1 per flowering stem. Flowers are shaped like a star, with all the stamens & stigma deep in the middle of the flower. Colour: Sky blue/pale blue.

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Greendude5089's picture

I knew it must have been Borage! Just wasnt sure which one!!...

Thanks For the ID help! I spot, is spot on! If this species is from Corsica/Sardinia, what is this doing in the UK?!

steve_t's picture

It was introduced into this

It was introduced into this country as a garden plant.