Macaronesia, Medit., Europe to Siberia (from WCSP); 

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Fotos taken on a bicycletrip in Bremen-Ritterhude April 2011. Has medicinal use.
Wiki says: Though superficially similar to a nettle in appearance, it is not related and does not sting, hence the name “deadnettle”.



Typical weed in gardens…….


 

 

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Fotos taken on a bicycletrip in Bremen-Ritterhude April 2011.
Has medicinal use.
Wiki says: Though superficially similar to a nettle in appearance, it is
not related and does not sting, hence the name “deadnettle” 

 
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