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''Vinca minor''. Cerebral stimulant. Referred to by [[Chaucer]] as ''Parwynke''. Indiginous to southern [[europe]].
 
''Vinca minor''. Cerebral stimulant. Referred to by [[Chaucer]] as ''Parwynke''. Indiginous to southern [[europe]].
 
The leaves are shiny and dark, the blue flowers have 5 regular parts and are up to 3cm wide. Blooms first appear in late winter and continue into mid spring. Acts as a sedative.
 
The leaves are shiny and dark, the blue flowers have 5 regular parts and are up to 3cm wide. Blooms first appear in late winter and continue into mid spring. Acts as a sedative.
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Revision as of 02:26, 18 July 2003

Vinca minor. Cerebral stimulant. Referred to by Chaucer as Parwynke. Indiginous to southern europe. The leaves are shiny and dark, the blue flowers have 5 regular parts and are up to 3cm wide. Blooms first appear in late winter and continue into mid spring. Acts as a sedative.

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