Echium italicum

 

Echium italicum

 

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Biennial, densely hispid-setose, setae often yellowish when dry. Stem erect, to 90 cm, densely patent- to erecto-patent-setose. Leaves densely setose, acute, linear to narrowly oblong; basal to 25 x 2 cm, attenuate into short petiole; cauline smaller, sessile to subsessile. Inflorescence usually ± pyramidal, lowest branches arising from axils of lower cauline leaves; sometimes narrower and ± spike-like. Calyx 6-8 mm in flower, to 12 mm in fruit. Corolla pale blue, lilac, pinkish or whitish, 7-9·5 mm, narrowly infundibular, sparsely setiform hairy or glabrescent outsideStamens mostly long-exserted; filaments pale brown to orange. Style bifid for c. 1 mm. Nutlets c. 4 x 2 mm, ± oblong, with incurved acute beak and raised ribbed shoulders, rugose-tuberculate and reticulate. Fl. 5-8. Limestone slopes, fields, disturbed ground, etc., s.l.-1950 m.
 
 
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