Irish wildflowers





Sanicle
Sanicula europaea
Bodán coille
Family: Apiaceae

Flowering time: May-August. Perennial. Native.

Small white flowers, sometimes red-tinged.
Palmately lobed shiny-green basal leaves, stem leaves small, few.
Erect stiff flower stem, sometimes reddish. Height: 20-60 cm.

Frequent throughout Ireland in mixed and deciduous woodland.
Likes damp, shady, humus-rich ground.

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