As with all umbellifers, the heads of numerous tiny flowers provide a huge resource of nectar and pollen for a wide range of insects from tiny pollen-beetles to large hoverflies. L. scoticum is a British native, with an interesting distribution tied very closely to the sea-cliffs and shores of Scotland and Northern Ireland; it is able to thrive in rocky or dry gardens provided it doesn't get too hot.


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