Dipsacus

Perennials and biennials, often with spiny leaves. Upright stems carry cylindrical-like heads of small, pale lilac, white or yellowish flowers, with spiny bracteoles between the flowers. The heads of D. sativus (teasel) have been used since Roman times for fulling or teasing ie raising the nap of woollen cloth. 

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