Centaurea montana L. -
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Extensively naturalised usually as isolated clumps where garden refuse has been disposed.
Waste ground, roadsides, railway banks and tips.
Neophyte, native to central and southern Europe; the earliest record traced is from waste ground by Chatburn Station (SD74S, WG Travis, 1918).
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