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A small flower that thrives in bare patches where there is competition often alongside stony paths in on the heaths and woodlands.
|Common Name||Blue Fleabane|
|Scientific Name||Erigeron acris|
|Family||Daisy family - Compositae|
|Species Family||Daisy Family - Compositeae|
|Flower Colour Group||Purple|
|Look for||Small daisy flower that does not seem to fully open|
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