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Cow parsley

Cow parsley (Anthricus sylvestris), is a common plant and is often found in verges. It starts to grow early in the spring and the new leaves are palatable for rabbits. There are concerns with confusing the plant with poison hemlock. It is always sensible to check the leaf stems for the groove that means it is safe to pick.

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