DESCRIPTION: Height up to 30cm. A silky, hairy perennial that grows in large numbers with flowers that can be red, orange or mainly yellow borne on paired kidney-shaped heads. The calyx is extremely woolly and a key ID feature. The narrow fingered leaves are borne on a fragile stem. DISTRIBUTION: Widespread and common throughout. HABITAT: Dry grassland and coastal grassland, quarries and various rocky habitats. FLOWERING TIME: June to August.
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