Buck’s horn plantain Plantago coronopus
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A rather individual plant: slender stems bearing four-petalled flowers arch from the centre of a rosette of toothed leaves.
It's the latter which give this plantain its name as they are said to resemble the horn of a male deer.
Near sea, on rocks, cliffs, dry grasslands, inland paths and roadsides.
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