ONONIS ARVENSIS.--Restharrow. A native undershrub of very variable size,

according to the position in which it is found growing. It creeps along

the ground, the shoots sending out roots as they proceed, and is usually

found on dry sandy banks. The flowers when at their best are very

ornamental, being bright pink, and with the standard streaked with a

deeper shade. They are abundantly produced, and render the plant very

conspicuous during the summer and autumn months. When planted on an old

wall, and allowed to roam at will, the Restharrow is, perhaps, seen to

best advantage.

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