Dipsacus fullonum L.

Species in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection.

Digitised Reference Slides

We currently have 2 digitised slides. Each record may contain multiple individual grains and images.

Distribution
Dipsacus fullonum (rights holder: 2013 Zoya Akulova) © 2013 Zoya Akulova

Fuller's Teasel

The floral spikes from a cultivated form of Teasel were used to raise the nap of woolen fabrics. This was possible because the bracts of the receptacle in the cultivated form had hooked tips. In contrast, the wild form of Teasel (as described here) has bracts with straight tips. In horticulture, the dried floral spikes and their stalks are used in dried flower arrangements. In the past, the floral... Text © John Hilty

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Definition
Parent Taxon
Dipsacus
Global Pollen Project UUID
a9675703-7c84-4800-b464-c80aa8130dbe
Botanical Reference
None available. You can check The Plant List for further information.
Connected Datasets

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The Plant List Global Biodiversity Information Facility