The plant has like "raspy" leaves. Alone it doesn't stand on his own, but with all other surounding it can reach her about 50 cm
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The flowers on G. aparine are very tiny, these look larger. I know how small the G.aparine flowers are because I had to count them for a survey last year - makes you go cross-eyed!
Sorry all (especialy Markwilson)because after ready your comments, to clarify the doubt, I went back to the place and have found the D.aparine close by (I create now a new observation), but the first Galium is not the raspy one
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