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Purple Moor-Grass

(Molinia caerulea)

Purple moor-grass is planted to protect other plants from flower-eating insects. The leaf’s inflorescence covers are able to close very quickly and catch insects inside like a trap.

Summary
Maximum height:
100 cm
Blooming period:
July - August
Fruit bearing period:
August- September
Relation to light:
Heliophyte, shadow-tolerant
Relation to moisture:
Xerophyte, mesophyte
Natural distribution area
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