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Echinops (globe thistle; family Compositae) A genus of plants that have a thistle-like habit and globular heads of flowers 4–6 cm wide, the individual flowers each having an involucre of bristle-like bracts. They are grown for their unusual blue flower heads. There are about 120 species, occurring in central and southern Europe, and western Asia.
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