Purple moor grass

Purple moor grass

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Caption: Purple moor grass (Molinia caerulea, lower centre) surrounded by moss on a woodland floor. This grass grows best in acidic soils. Its leaves are green, and it is named for its purple-tipped flower spikelets. Photographed in Galloway Forest, Dumfries, Scotland.

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