Rough Hawkbit (leontodon hispidus)

Rough Hawkbit is a low-growing perennial found in grasslands. It has very hairy stems, long leaves which form a rosette and yellow dandelion-like flowers.

Rough Hawkbit flowers May to October and is a great wildflower for bees, flies and beetles.

Medicinal uses – always check with a qualified herbalist before using any herbs. We do not recommend their use for any ailments. For information only, Rough Hawkbit is a diuretic and infusions used in the treatment of kidney complaints, dropsy and jaundice.

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