Lady’s Bedstraw

Lady's Bedstraw has slender hairy stems with clusters of frothy, fragrant, yellow flowers.
Latin name: Galium verum
Plant height: 20—40cm
Position: Sunny
Soil Type/Habitat: Dry
Food source: Nectar, Larval
Flowering times: June—September
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Lady's Bedstraw has slender hairy stems with clusters of frothy, fragrant, yellow flowers.  It is a vital component of dry, low fertility alkaline grasslands and sandy sites.

It is highly tolerant of cutting, but is normally managed with either a spring or autumn cut.

Lady's Bedstraw attracts a wide range of butterflies and is a food plant of the Hummingbird Hawk-Moth and Elephant Hawk-moth.  It is an important plant for over 50 different insect species.

 

Lady's Bedstraw has slender hairy stems with clusters of frothy, fragrant, yellow flowers.

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