Friars Cowl

Where can I see the Friars Cowl

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Friars Cowl is a perennial Mediterranean plant.

The Friars Cowl can grow to 30cm and has wide oval shaped leaves, a long stem and a singular purple - brown leaf in the shape of a tube with curved hood.

The Friars Cowl blooms between October and May.

The Friars Cowl is native to the Mediterranean Basin and grows in moist and shady forests and shrublands

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Geeky Facts about the Friars Cowl

Fact 1

These cause an extremely unpleasant sensation similar to needles being stuck into the mouth and tongue if they are eaten.

Fact 2

It is good ground-cover plant for a shady place.

Fact 3

They are resistant to pests and diseases.

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Tours where I can see the Friars Cowl

Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria

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Spain
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Small group
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3 - Average

7 days from

£1,445 / person

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