Echium plantagineum is a member of the genus Echium and is commonly known as Echium Dwarf Blue Bedder.
The genus Echium is named from the Greek echis meaning "a viper," it is thought to derive from the shape of the seed, which resembles a viper's head. It is very common to Rhodes fields during February to April.
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