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It has a scent which some find unpleasant, and often lasts through the winter in southern Britain. It is common on shaded banks, hedgerows, woods and coastal shingle throughout the country. It will self-seed profusely in gardens and attract a wide range of insects.

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  • Posted: Wed. 3rd June 2009 19:29