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GREEN FIGWORT Scrophularia umbrosa (Scrophulariaceae) H to 70cm. Upright, hairless perennial. Grows in damp woodland and shady places. FLOWERS are 1cm long and greenish with a maroon upper lip; borne in open spikes (Jun-Sep). FRUITS are greenish capsules, recalling miniature figs. LEAVES are oval-triangular. STATUS-Local and generally scarce, mainly in central and northern Britain.
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