Yellow Rattle spreading well in the perennial flower meadow, June 11th '18

This flower has been sowed in the meadow to reduce the dominance of grasses. Yellow rattle is partially parasitic on roots of grasses and thus weakens their growth, allowing Yellow Rattle and other wild flowers to compete more successfully with the grasses.

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