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Moroccan or Pineapple Broom in my garden.

Observed: 26th June 2013 By: David Trevan
Isle of Wight Natural History & Archaeological Soc
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One of the most remarkable brooms due to its leaflets being covered in silvery down, giving the effect of shot silk, as well as the wonderful pineapple fragrance.Grows really well in my garden by a south facing wall.
A native of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Only introduced to cultivation in 1922.Being worked by bumble bees at the moment.

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