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Field Bindweed

Field Bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis) can be differentiated from Hedge Bindweed by the smaller, often pink, flowers on plants that creep along the ground on verges, waste ground and hedge bottoms. The plant is known to contain alkaloids that affect other species, such as horses and mice, if they eat large quantities. The effects on rabbits are unknown but it is a plant that is best left alone.

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