fuller's teasel

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Related to fuller's teasel: Dipsacus sativus, Dipsacus sylvestris, wild teasel
  • noun

Synonyms for fuller's teasel

similar to the common teasel and similarly used

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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.