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MARSH VALERIAN Valeriana dioica

Marsh Valerian is a native perennial growing 20-30 cm in height and produces umbels of white flowers during May and June.

Wildlife Value Rating
ProvenanceVC44 Carmarthenshire
Glanlash, Carmarthenshire
Glanlash, Carmarthenshire
AssociationsThe 'Biological Records Centre’s' website lists the following numbers of foodplant associates for Marsh Valerian: flies (1), true bugs (1) and moths (2). However, the genus Valeriana as a whole, lists the following: mites (1) beetles (1), flies (5), true bugs (6), sawflies, wasps and bees (1) and moths (7).
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