fuller's teasel


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Related to fuller's teasel: Dipsacus sativus, Dipsacus sylvestris, wild teasel
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Synonyms for fuller's teasel

similar to the common teasel and similarly used

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Karl Blossfeldt, Dipsacus laciniatus, Fuller's Teasel
Wants: Mexican hat, prairie astor, scented geraniums or mints, blue Russian sage, red bergamot (bee balm), globe thistle, bells of Ireland, Irish eyes daisies, fuller's teasel, compass plant, anything unusual
The rarer type, Fuller's teasel, is originally from France and is found mostly in Gloucester, Wiltshire and the Taunton area of Somerset, where it grows in copper-deficient clay soils.
The ornamental teasel has no barbs, but Fuller's teasel makes its presence known immediately by clicking itself into the skin of your hand.