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WALL WHITLOWGRASS Draba muralis (Brassicaceae) Height to 30cm. Hairy annual, somewhat similar to Hoary Whitlowgrass. Found on limestone rocks and walls. FLOWERS are 3-5mm across with 4 slightly notched petals; in terminal clusters (Apr-May). FRUITS are elliptical but not twisted. LEAVES are oval; appear as a basal rosette and clasping stem leaves. STATUS-Local, restricted to SW and N England.
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WALL WHITLOWGRASS Draba muralis (Brassicaceae) Height to 30cm. Hairy annual, somewhat similar to Hoary Whitlowgrass. Found on limestone rocks and walls. FLOWERS are 3-5mm across with 4 slightly notched petals; in terminal clusters (Apr-May). FRUITS are elliptical but not twisted. LEAVES are oval; appear as a basal rosette and clasping stem leaves. STATUS-Local, restricted to SW and N England.

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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Credit: ROBIN BUSH/NPL
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