Red Hemp-nettle is an annual archaeophyte which grows 10-20 cm in height and flower during the period from July and October. It has suffered major losses throughout its UK range and in Wales may now only survive at three sites.
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|Provenance||VC41 Glamorgan (Swansea)|
|Associations||The 'Biological Records Centre’s' website lists the following numbers of foodplant associates for Red Hemp-nettle: beetles (3). However, the genus Galeopsis as a whole, lists the following: beetles (10), flies (1), true bugs (6) and moths (2).|