Roseroot (Sedum rosea)

Roseroot (Sedum rosea)

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Caption: Roseroot (Sedum rosea) flowering in a gap between granite boulders. This plant is so-called because of the rose-like scent emitted when its roots are cut. Photographed in the Cairngorms National Park, Scottish Highlands, in June.

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