Insight into Water-pepper (Persicaria hydropiper): native and common throughout the British Isles, although it is rare in the extreme north, it grows in the margins of freshwater.
It flowers in July to September.
It has an acrid taste unlike the rarer Tasteless Water-pepper (Persicaria mitis).
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